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Anyway I can turn off the 500 error? I have a recursive function that is being set to be called a few hundred times if possible, but before that can happen and proceed with the rest of the code it calls a 500 error. (For those interested its a dynamic XML to MySQL script that is set to go how ever many levels deep it needs to.)

Anyway I can force the script to run and not get the 500 error?

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I know why, it's using too much memory, same file, same circumstances will run 1/10 times, but 500 9/10 times. Can I change this in Apache or PHP.ini somewhere?

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Why you not change your recursive function to utlize the low memory?

Keep some interval for every 50 times

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