AW: [Mapbender-users] HQ and/or large scale printing -
possiblesolution for some problems
Schoenhammer.Herbert at Regensburg.de
Tue Feb 10 05:53:36 EST 2009
I want to confirm your mailing ;-) (Okay the date of the mailing is August 2007!, but)
I just had some troubles printing DIN A0 PDF's with mapbender.
The last problem to solve: Increase the setting of default_socket_timeout in php.ini !
(Sometimes printing DIN A0 was okay. Sometimes only the frame (and overview and legend) was printed. But the map itself was empty. I observed, that printig DIN A0 was okay, if the filesize of the mapserver - generated png had less than e.g. 60MB (e.g. a black&white layer). If file size was greater than 60MB (e.g. a colored layer), the print failed ).
>Von: mapbender_users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
>[mailto:mapbender_users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] Im Auftrag
>von Thomas Baschetti
>Gesendet: Mittwoch, 1. August 2007 12:47
>An: Mapbender User List
>Betreff: [Mapbender-users] HQ and/or large scale printing -
>possiblesolution for some problems
>possible solution for those with printing problems, works
>at least for me (Apache, Windows):
>for HQ-Printing of large files i configured not only (in php.ini)
>memory_limit = 8M
>max_execution_time = 30 ; sek
>max_input_time = 60 ; sek
>but also set
>; Default timeout for socket based streams (seconds)
>default_socket_timeout = 60
>to a higher value, e.g. 240
>Perhaps a solution for some of you, too.
>The values memory_limit, max_execution_time, max_input_time are
>only changing limits for scripts (how much memory can a script
>consume, how much time can a script run).
>I had set this to quite high values, but nevertheless had problems
>with Maps not printing correctly, not showing a layer.
>Requesting this layer directly in browser took some time but worked
>perfectly, in mapbender => nothing, only a
>weldMaps2PNG: unable to load image: http...
>The reason seems to be the function
>file_get_contents, used by connector->getHTTP which is
>used by weldMaps2PNG->loadpng
>and this file_get_contents is opening a stream which times out
>Setting this to a higher value solved the problem.
>Can somebody confirm this? Then i'll hack it into the wiki.
>A point i still don't understand:
>default_socket_timeout was initially set to 60, but the timeout
>happened after 120 seconds. So, searching for '120' in php.ini,
>httpd.conf and elsewhere didn't return results...
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