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Clone it! Fatal Error: Maximum execution time #903
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Clone feature makes it through cloning most of a book but dies with a 500 error.
Steps to Reproduce
The next page, which doesn't import is https://webliteracy.pressbooks.com/chapter/using-google-scholar-to-check-author-expertise/
Pressbooks: tested on both 4.1.0 and latest dev branch
PHP Fatals are not really catchable. They imply that PHP died and that the operator should do something about it. For example, if PHP runs out of memory, then it will give a Fatal error, and since there's no more memory to do anything else, it's unlikely we can continue.
There is a discussion, with different points of view, on how to deal with (some) fatals: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/277224/how-do-i-catch-a-php-fatal-error
Maybe a quick fix is like how we do in Exports?
This won't work with our Nginx infra, but for typical use cases it will probably extend the limit.
I'll add it now.