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This should no longer be an issue in the next (post 2.3.2461) release of Craft.


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The first thing I would try is to "Disable" every single one of your plugins. If that solves the problem, go through and re-"Enable" each one of them until you have pinpointed which plugin is causing the problem. If that doesn't help at all, the next thing I'd do is to open up the Craft logs, and see if anything suspicious is in there... /craft/storage/...


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This method uses New Relic's PHP API, rather than php.ini, and is working well for me. It seems to be catching everything that I need to monitor. Any applications I've not done this for remain in the default application. Just stick this in Craft's index.php file: if (extension_loaded('newrelic')) { newrelic_set_appname('NAME OF SITE'); } I haven't ...


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Looks like this can be done with a php.ini file in Craft's public HTML folder. Although, we should be able to call an ini_set for it in Craft itself. If you want to hit up support@buildwithcraft.com, I'll give you a file that you can test with.


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