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Still I met connection timeout error while executing update.php --init-updates


Also tried after disabled ipv6, still met the same(https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4189973/file-get-contents-connection-timed-out ).

Check my outputs:

php -r 'echo file_get_contents("https://download.geofabrik.de/europe/andorra-updates/state.txt");'

Warning: file_get_contents(https://download.geofabrik.de/europe/andorra-updates/state.txt): failed to open stream: Connection timed out in Command line code on line1

curl "https://download.geofabrik.de/europe/andorra-updates/state.txt" original OSM minutely replication sequence number 3065501 timestamp=2018-07-19T20\:00\:02Z sequenceNumber=1948

php -m

[PHP Modules] Core ctype date dom ereg fileinfo filter hash iconv intl json libxml openssl pcre PDO pdo_pgsql pdo_sqlite pgsql Phar posix Reflection session SimpleXML SPL sqlite3 standard tokenizer xml xmlreader xmlwriter

[Zend Modules]


asked 20 Jul '18, 12:55

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edited 20 Jul '18, 16:58

Does the connection timeout always occur or just sometimes? Are you familiar enough with wireshark or tcpdump to compare the failing php connection request against the succeeding curl connection request?

(21 Jul '18, 13:31) scai ♦

@scai : This connection timeout always occuring. Sorry i am not familiar with wireshark or tcpdump.

(22 Jul '18, 08:38) Rajavelu_M

Sounds like a problem caused by PHP. I guess you will find more help at StackOverflow. Specifically ask about the php command file_get_contents() from your question.

(22 Jul '18, 11:20) scai ♦
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