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If I have 100 sites on a wordpress multisite installation and I give admin access to multiple developers, how can I protect the system from choking if one of them writes an infinite for loop?

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You may want to try wordpress.stackexchange.com – John Conde Dec 11 '10 at 2:16

This is technically a server configuration question and therefore a candidate for ServerFault.com

You should be insulated against infinite loops by setting a smart upper limit on PHP's max_execution_time (30 seconds by default), preventing users from accessing PHP's CLI, and otherwise keeping on top of server administration.

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My suggestion would be don't give them access to the production server, just to a dev/staging version.

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