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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 16:08 
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hello - i've just bought the multi license set. However it wont let me add files to the list bigger that 10240.

I've searched all the php .as but can't find this as a setting anywhere!


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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 16:32 
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have you read howto 4 of the faq of TFU? ;).

What does the flash say what is the maximum when it starts?

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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 17:01 
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yes - both set to 20mb;
#removed_broken_link

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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 17:18 
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o.k. - this is good.

What does the flash itself say? Because this value can actually set in the tfu_config manually too. It's one of the first entries.

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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 17:20 
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it says;
Status: 'Please select your files to upload. Upload maximum file size (per file): 10240 k. '


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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 17:25 
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ok - open tfu_config.php and set the value manually - it seems that the
getMaximumUploadSize() does returns a wrong value!

change
$maxfilesize = getMaximumUploadSize();
to
$maxfilesize = getMaximumUploadSize()*2;

then you should have 20M instead of 10M - interesting is why because the function is really easy:

$upload_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('upload_max_filesize'));
$post_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('post_max_size'));
return $upload_max < $post_max ? $upload_max : $post_max;

/Michael


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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 17:51 
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that's worked! is strange though.

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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 18:09 
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if you like to debug - check what are the values of the

$upload_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('upload_max_filesize'));
$post_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('post_max_size'));

with debug($upload_max); and debug($post_max);

results are in the tfu.log ;).

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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 18:42 
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mmm - i keep getting this with files over 10mb regardless of the fact that i've got 20mb limits...

Upload failed. 1 file(s) of 1 could not be uploaded.

http://www.jynk.net/folio3/youradmin/fl ... d2/tfu.log
(ignore the Error 8 bits)
also i've changed;

function getMaximumUploadSize()
{
$upload_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('upload_max_filesize'));
$post_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('post_max_size'));
$post_max = ($post_max)*2;
return $upload_max < $post_max ? $upload_max : $post_max;

}

and the debus come from this;
$maxfilesize = getMaximumUploadSize()*2; // The max files size limit of the server
$resize_show = is_gd_version_min_20();

$upload_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('upload_max_filesize'));
$upload_max = ($upload_max)*2;
$post_max = return_kbytes(ini_get('post_max_size'));
$post_max = ($post_max)*2;

debug($maxfilesize);
debug($upload_max);
debug($post_max);

this is quite import as most of the files are film trailers and about 12mb in size!


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PostPosted: 29. Nov 2006, 18:49 
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you are playing around - it still seems that one of your limits it set to 10MB.
*2 does not change anything - only that the flash does accept more in the quere but not the server ...

If you output all limits without any changes you get upload_max_filesize = 10 MB and this is the limit I think!

Have you canged this values and restarted the webserver? - because maybe it only changed in the php.ini - the php_inofo shows the stuff from the php.ini but the server still has the 10Mb limit internally!

/Michael


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PostPosted: 30. Nov 2006, 12:20 
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ok - got it. There was a .htaccess file making it 10 mb from an old upload methed i used to use! Everything is ok and thanks very much!

D.


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good to know - can you please post what was in the .htaccess and where it was located? - i'll add this to the FAQ.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 30. Nov 2006, 13:11 
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php_value memory_limit 24M
php_value upload_max_filesize 10M
php_value max_execution_time 300

// i just used it as i never used to have access to my php.ini


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PostPosted: 30. Nov 2006, 13:26 
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But this not working on many server I think - because then I would be able to increase the upload limit on every server.

But good to know - i'll add this to the FAQ what users can try to increase their upload limit.

/Michael


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But this not working on many server I think - because then I would be able to increase the upload limit on every server.


for me it does, i can increase the memory limit and upload limit - :D
thanks for the hint.


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