Uploading problem file more than 100kb

Discussion in 'Linux Support: Debian, Ubuntu, SolusOS etc' started by hafriz, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. hafriz

    hafriz New Member

    hi,

    i have succesfully upgrade OLS 1.4.26 to 1.4.28. after upgrade, i do recompile back using last php config.

    when doing some testing, i found out i can't upload file more than 50kb. Before upgrading it's doesn't have any problem.

    i also have set php.ini

    file_uploads = On
    memory_limit = 1000M
    upload_max_filesize = 1000M
    max_file_uploads = 20
    post_max_size = 1000M

    have try all possible problem, but can't find any. Anyone know where should i look?
     
  2. hafriz

    hafriz New Member

    further check, it's not 100k, but only can be upload not more than 50kb
     
  3. andrewklimek

    andrewklimek New Member

    This was an issue when using SSL on 1.4.28... the new version (1.4.29) fixes it for me.
     
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  4. hafriz

    hafriz New Member

    hi andrew, thanks

    is there anyway that i can easily upgrade to 1.4.29 in ubuntu 16.04?
     
  5. andrewklimek

    andrewklimek New Member

    Hmm it looks like they haven't added it to the debian/ubuntu RPM yet :/ CentOS seems better supported. I guess you could build yourself or just go back to 1.4.27
     
  6. hafriz

    hafriz New Member

    fuhhh... it's seems need to see if snapshot available or not for my server. need to revert back before upgrading
     
  7. andrewklimek

    andrewklimek New Member

  8. hafriz

    hafriz New Member

  9. andrewklimek

    andrewklimek New Member

    Yeah, I've been there. Let me know how it goes. I'm on CentOS now, but I was able to revert before on Debian using those commands
     
  10. hafriz

    hafriz New Member

    i'm now thinking to change to CentOS.. actually i'm not plan to upgrade yet OLS. but as need to have urgent kernel upgrade so might better to have upgrade everything.

    also have upgrade it first on my dev server. but doesn't test out the upload process. my bad.

    Thanks
     

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