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PostPosted: 4. Oct 2007, 15:00 
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Ciao

I'm a registered owner of Flash Upload

I run it on my own new Dell server; when I try to upload and resize a 511kb file I receive an errore message, saying that the server had not enough memory to resize

As above the server is new and it can't be a memory problem, maybe it's some configuraton I need to change in php.ini or somewhere else

Uploading without resizing is succesful

Can you help me?


Ciao and thank you,

Edoardo


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PostPosted: 4. Oct 2007, 15:11 
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Just to add a few things:

1) I'm using the latest version of Flash Uploader (not Joomila)
2) cant find any *.log
3) don't use .htaccess
4) the file is jpg

I don't know if it's useful, but the uploader is not in the same directory of the installation; anyway, reguarding the simple uploading without resizing it works great

Edoardo


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you have to increase the php memory in php.ini

/Michael


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PostPosted: 6. Oct 2007, 17:03 
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Ciao

Thank you for your reply

Can you please tell me exactly which parameters needs to be changed and which value do you suggest, considering that I will limit the upload size to 3 Mb and the resize will be at 800px?

Ciao and thank you,

Edoardo


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PostPosted: 6. Oct 2007, 17:23 
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memory_limit

the info.php does tell you how much is possible with your current setup.
64 MB should be more than enough.
The important thing is not the file size but the resolution of the image.

/Michael


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