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  1. #1
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    Question AllPosters.pl - Database Files using Telnet
    Hi
    Anyone has used Telnet access uploading allposters.pl to web server ?
    I am facing problem while it uncompress the data files. on webserver using telnet it never completes that task and disconnect that script.

    and on local computer when i run allposters.pl it takes hours and hours to uncompress the database file no.3 and 4

    If someone has solution for this please?


    Thanks

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    Some more RAM solved all my local problems with the script speed...

    As for the server, I would first guess that it's timing out.
    If it's a shared hosting account, my second guess would be that you're ending up over your disk space limit or some CPU usage limit...

    David Cusimano may have some solution or explanation for you; you can wait for him to come online or email him for support. Most programmers on ABW say they watch their support email address more often than the forum, so if he doesn't see this in a good amount of time try emailing him.
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    Thanks Leader

    I have 128Ram Installed with 1.5 Ghz Intel. Is that not enough to run allposers.pl?
    Did you ever use Telnet to run allposters.pl on webserver ?

    Thanks again

    Anwaar ul haq

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    128 ram is pretty borderline for running anything, upgrade to more memory and FAST, you will be amazed at how good your computer can be. Recommend you to to to 512 ram, it is not that expensive. I won't run with less than that.
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    I second what loxly said. I too used to have a similar problem running the scripts on my computer. It used to take hours to run the script. With my new system, it's now a matter of minutes. Huge difference and worth the money.

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    Thanks very much
    I must upgrade the memory now. actually othere scripts were running fine like gocollect.pl, bettym.pl

    only allposters.pl was having some problem and was taking time.

    ok thanks

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    Add more RAM; the more the better. Makes your server run better for everything. Alternative is to run allposters.pl on your Windows PC and then upload all the created files (but uploading that many files can be a very slow process).

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    More RAM is always better. On my PC I have 1GB (which is the max for this computer), and on the server I recently upgraded from 512 to 1 1/2 GB. I agree with David about it making the server run better for everything.

    Even general webpage serving sped up when I increased the server RAM--pages that I thought loaded slowly because of their size (not Cusimano script generated pages), were really being slowed down by a lack of RAM. They come right up now, with no changes to the pages themselves!
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