How to set infinite execution time in a PHP script

PHP: How to set infinite execution time in a PHP script

Add the following code to set unlimited execution time for a PHP script:

  1. set_time_limit(0)

You can also update max_execution_time in php.ini

If the value is 0, it is actually unlimited. Otherwise it is that number of seconds.

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