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Override FcgidIOTimeout and FcgidBusyTimeout

Posted on 2016-08-24
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Is it possible to override FcgidIOTimeout and FcgidBusyTimeout per virtual host?

Got one virtual host using more than 60 seconds, and causeing an issue. Is it possible to put these values in a .htaccess file or equivelent for Appache to read and run?

Thank you
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Yes, you can - just put them in the virtual host definition.
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