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I have just switched over a site live and I'm having problems regenerating the XML sitemap.

When I try, I get:

You are not authorized to access this page.

The URL is: www.example.com/batch?op=start&id=207

What could be causing this?

Thanks

EDIT: I have created a new role with every single permission and assigned the user I'm logged in with to this role. Still no luck1

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    btw, you can also generate xmlsitemap via drush (given that you have access to shell and drush), I prefer that. – Dipen Jun 7 '12 at 10:53
  • I don't have shell access or Drush – terrid25 Jun 7 '12 at 11:20
  • Does anyone know why I'm getting permission denied? – terrid25 Jun 7 '12 at 15:01
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Had to manually run the cron via the browser to generate.

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Your issue might be related to a small value in max_allowed_packet parameter in your MySql configuration. Drupal cannot store correctly the batch operation data and the subsequent execution fails with a "permission denied" error.

There's an issue here, discussing the problem.

If you cannot edit your MySql configuration (like me), there's a patch at message #41 that helped me bypass that issue. It's a couple of lines that you can modify by hand.

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I struggled with a similar issue and eventually realized that I had created a folder named batch in my Drupal root, which interfered with the resolution of the "/batch/" path in the request. Generally speaking, I have found that menu router entries that match actual folder names in your Drupal install seem to cause odd behavior...best to avoid that.

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