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Author Topic: Showing error - error on line 1087 at column 11: Extra content at the end of the  (Read 3990 times)

sri56143

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Hi,

I am using default sitemap plugin from osclass to generate sitemap.xml. Its showing an error message like "error on line 1087 at column 11: Extra content at the end of the document".  Below is the rendering of the page to the error.

http://www.yournear.com/sitemap.xml

Please help me on this.

lukaszo86

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I also have a problem with sitemap.

In my admin panel, when I wanto to configure plugin Sitemap generator I get a blank page with note:
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 10 seconds exceeded in /virtual/server_address/oc-includes/osclass/classes/database/DBCommandClass.php on line 1626

Everytime, when I click on Sitemap generator i get whis notification, but everytime on line xxx is different.

I have no Idea what's going on. Can anyone help?
I need to update sitemap.xml to my google webadmin panel

teseo

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Hi,

Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 10 seconds exceeded in /virtual/server_address/oc-includes/osclass/classes/database/

10 seconds is too low a value for demanding operations such as this. 60 seconds is the usual value here.

php.ini:
max_execution_time = 60

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lukaszo86

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Hi,


10 seconds is too low a value for demanding operations such as this. 60 seconds is the usual value here.

php.ini:
max_execution_time = 60


As I understand you, I schould change this value in php.ini file? Could you tell me in where direction is it?
Thanks for advise.

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teseo

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Well, that depends on your hosting circumstances, are you on shared hosting or you have full control over the server (VPS, dedicated...)?

Regards

lukaszo86

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I pay for hosting in one of Polish hosting companies. But I have server and mysql for my own.

teseo

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Hi,

If you don't know where your php.ini is located, or couldn't change it through your Web Panel, better ask your hosting to do this for you.

Regards