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RE: [PHP] trouble uploading more than 500 bytes...

Posted by Ashley Sheridan 
Ashley Sheridan
RE: [PHP] trouble uploading more than 500 bytes...
October 12, 2008 03:35PM
On Sun, 2008-10-12 at 07:54 -0400, Karl St-Jacques wrote:
> > > Hello, > > > > I have trouble uploading files to a server. Actually I can't upload more than 500 bytes or so.> > > > Here's a quick print_r of the $_FILES > > > > [_FILES] => Array( [avatar] => Array ( [name] => index.html [type] => text/html [tmp_name] => /tmp/phpRbmXK5 [error] => 0 => 505 ))> > If I try bigger file (540 bytes or 2mb) it's simply return this. > > > > [_FILES] => Array([avatar] => Array( [name] => ajax-loader.gif [type] => [tmp_name] => [error] => 3 => 0)> > )> > > > error 3 is partial files sended. (By the way, there's no processing, only a print_r();> > > > So here's my setup from the php.ini> > > > PHP Version 5.2.4-2ubuntu5.3> > > > max_execution_time 1000 1000 > > max_input_nesting_level 64 64 > > max_input_time 1000 1000 > > memory_limit 999M 999M> > post_max_size 200M 200M> > upload_max_filesize 200M 200M> > upload_tmp_dir no value no value> > > > > > I run Apache/2.2.8> > > > I checked the /tmp folder. it's empty, even if uploading really big file, same for /var/tmp. the permission seems to be ok (chmod 777).> > > > So, I'm pretty clueless about that one.> > Anyone have any insight about this ? > > > > Thanks, > > Karl.> > > > _________________________________________________________________> > > Bit of a silly question, but it's bit me in the ass before. Are you sure> you're editing the right php.ini file? I was working on a server at work> where someone had left 3 php.ini files, all in places that looked like> they were meant to be, and the only way to find the real one was through> a phpinfo() check. Also, have you restarted the web server (Apache or> IIS) since making the changes?> > > Ash> www.ashleysheridan.co.uk>
> (Do you have rules or code of conduct for reply in this mailing list ?)
>
> Yup, the setting I wrote was the setting I took directly from the phpinfo(); And I restarted apache more than enough for the next 2 years (even the server :| ).
>
> I'm totally lost about that one !
>
> Thank,
> Karl
> _________________________________________________________________
>
No, not sure where the code of conduct is, but hang about for a while
and you should get the general idea ;)

As for your problem, I had a quick look at the error code you're
getting, and it means that the file was only partially uploaded. Is the
file being changed on your local machine before it's being uploaded?
Also, try to see if you can test the same script with different
browsers, and if possible on a different server. That should isolate
where the problem is.


Ash
www.ashleysheridan.co.uk


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Daniel Brown
Re: [PHP] trouble uploading more than 500 bytes...
October 12, 2008 04:40PM
On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 8:58 AM, Ashley Sheridan
<[email protected]> wrote:
>>
> No, not sure where the code of conduct is, but hang about for a while
> and you should get the general idea ;)

Just the stuff at http://php.net/mailinglists.

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