[stats-dev] Re: [RC5] RC5-72
virtual_olympus at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 31 16:04:31 EST 2003
We need to have the database class implement a set_timeout routine as
suggested by Decibel, we're trying to increase the OO nature of the stats
system, not decrease it. One of the goals we were/are trying to achieve
with the pgsql translation is to make the database layer provider-agnostic
as much as possible. We've achieved this fairly handily to this point,
and it doesn't take any more work to do it the right way than the wrong
On a side note, I've nearly got my local database setup so I should have
an environment fairly soon where retire logic can be tested in a more
P.S. We need to get _rid_ of retires, they have been a thorn in the side
of this stats system for far too long.
--- Jean-Edouard BABIN <Jeb at jeb.com.fr> wrote:
> Ok where are here now ;)
> It's ugly but if that work..
> on 31/12/03 17:13, « Jim C. Nasby » <decibel at distributed.net> wrote:
> > On Tue, Dec 30, 2003 at 11:34:10PM +0100, Jean-Edouard BABIN wrote:
> >> I am not sure i have correctly understand the problem and i'did not
> know php
> >> a lot, but if you want to have
> >> pg_query('SET STATEMENT_TIMEOUT=30000'); for all page and
> >> pg_query('SET STATEMENT_TIMEOUT=15000'); for country page
> >> I think you can try to test the evironment variable REQUEST_URI in
> >> db_pgsql.php.diff and set 15000 or 30000
> > Hrm, kinda ugly (I'd hoped the PHP in the individual pages could
> > over-ride as required), but it might work. On the other hand, I think
> > setting up a set_timeout function in the database class should work.
> > BTW, I greatly appreciated people's suggestions, but it would probably
> > be best if we could move this discussion to
> > stats-dev at lists.distributed.net. :)
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