i have a task for kirby to perform. crunshing a lot of page objects (and i mean like 20k) and update each of them. yes. using kirby like a database is not the best idea but it worked well for now. since i need to store some files as well and be able to adjust the db-structure (blueprints in my case) easily.
obviously there is a php timeout after a while. i would like to just
refresh my update skript after like 25 sek (toolkit timer) and continue. i can do this using html header and setting some params to track offset in my dataset.
echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"1\">\n";
i was wondering if calling the
go() helper does the same? or is that kind of redirection still considered within the same execution timeframe. example
any other ideas how to do this properly with kirby?