I sent you a PM.v12mike wrote: ↑Mon Aug 07, 2017 8:42 amThat is true, but the script (for everyone else) copes with that by setting the status in the database so that they are skipped next time around.
The problem may be something to do with the version of php or some other environment issue. It seems that there is some problem with accessing the multi-dimensional array in the case of download failure.
I will try to hack the script to avoid that array access, and see what happens.
zepticon, can you pm me your email address so that I can send you a script to try?
This is the database values for a file that i have already seen. It look like it does not skip files unless they are a successful download. In this case i have run the script 3-4 times, and it still tries to download this file every time. As you see the status is 0.
290 0 0 http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_im ... 2_full.jpg memimage.cardomain.net abfc7c8bf231f9e311f588dbc4ed571e jpg
Completed downloads like this is skipped every re-run of the script:
3 200 196837 http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v236/ ... C00148.jpg img.photobucket.com 26f0f19273a4cfee5ed32b90ea83c8b9 jpg
There are also some 404 in the database, but i am not sure about what happends to those since they are so few:
18 404 5823 http://www.323gtx.co.uk/pn/modules/PNph ... tx_129.jpg www.323gtx.co.uk 6f3aee70dfe429036842563b417142f5 jpg
My first attempt with editing i set the value for the problematic files to 404 (i guess its file not found) but that did not help. But changing the address to a non-working one did the trick.