Subject: Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 07/05/03 03:26am
By: xspace

I tried adding a five meg file, instead I got an error msg Error code : 1017 Error: The file was no uploaded. Check permissions or duplicate file. When I add small files, no issue @all ... Actually these are all from the same machine .. anyway to manually put it in w/o going thru the File Mgtmt Admin ???

Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 07/05/03 03:35am
By: Dirk

PHP has a default file size limit of 2 MB. You can change that in the php.ini (if you have access to that file - otherwise you need to contact your hosting service). bye, Dirk

Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 07/05/03 11:54am
By: isol8

check blaine's site www.langfamily.ca this has been addressed a few times

Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 07/05/03 02:26pm
By: Chalkhillian

Upload a small file to get the meta data for the file and then FTP the larger file over top of it.

Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 08/12/04 09:43pm
By: DaveC

If nothing else has worked, try this.

(I am running RedHat9, this is what caused mine to fail)

in /etc/httpd/conf.d/php.conf, increase the value of LimitRequestBody.
It is by default 524288 (0x80000)
Change it to something large - I used 10485760 (0xA00000) which gives me max file size of 10Mb, heaps of upload capacity.

cheers
DC

Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 14/04/05 01:07am
By: Schtonk

[QUOTE BY= Chalkhillian] Upload a small file to get the meta data for the file and then FTP the larger file over top of it.[/QUOTE]

I have used this method to trick the php.ini file size threshold....now how do i change the file size data to reflect the true file size?

Filemgtmt Plugin File size limit

Posted on: 14/04/05 05:55pm
By: DaveC

I did that a few times too, until I worked out the real solution.

To fix it you have to edit the database record directly.
Easiest way is to use phpMyAdmin but if you are a regular SQL user you can do it from the mySQL command line.

There is a table called '??_filemmgmt_filedetail' (where the ?? is 'gl' by default but you may have changed it when you installed it)

This table has a field called 'size'

Change that to the correct size for your file record, remembering that 1k is actually 1024 bytes not 1000.

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