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Thank you so much Thelonius, your totally awesome. Your code worked perfectly, I wast sure if I was supposed to replace the $dirname with something or not. I tried it like it is first and it worked first shot. You really really came to my rescue in a way I never thought of. Solved that problem. I'm torn between asking another question, I dont want to be greedy or a mouch, but being such a novice that I am, is there any chance I could post another snippet of code for you to review, its a upload.cgi that has also been deemed a major drain on memory, especially when more than one user is hits it like on friday nights. What gets me is that since I went to the dedicated server Ive been using this same script for several years without a hiccup, but I guess now adays we have many more users and much more busier and all that makes the system have to do much more processing.

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