what is your hosting ?
You have to change this either in your php.ini file or you could probably do it via a .htaccess rule depending on how your hosting is setup.
php_value post_max_size 30M
php_value upload_max_filesize 30M
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2992 … n-htaccess
Note: I have mine set to 250MB via php.ini without issue on a shared hosting
Last edited by keithmcd (2012-01-20 20:44:23)
In the upload form Piwigo tells you how big in MB your file can be and how big in pixels. What does Piwigo tells you?
On the administration homepage, Piwigo tells you which is your graphics library. Which one for you?
Sorry not quite sure what you are asking.
The flash upload form limit says 2MB max.
I have tried to create a php.ini file as suggested and made it 20MB but i does not work. It will now let me browse to my file (6MB file) and goes through the motions, seems to upload but it is nowhere on my site (I searched my entire site) yet if I remove the php.ini file and try to upload a file smaller than the 2MB it works fine.
If you need admin rights on my site to check on the problem OK but would rather give you the login and password in private email ....
•Operating system: Linux
•PHP: 5.2.8 (Show info) [2012-01-30 20:37:10]
•mysql: 5.0.92-community [2012-01-30 20:37:10]
•Graphics Library: GD bundled (2.0.34 compatible)
Thanks for your help
just update to advise the Graphics Library: GD bundled (2.0.34 compatible) allows big uploads but doesn't work when the php.ini file was in the piwigo root but when removed it read
ImageMagick 6.2.6 (this is 2M max)
Hope this helps
I'm having a similar issue on filesize. Using Ploader or the browser uploader I'm not having any problems. Using the flash uploader I'm getting an error about 2meg limit.
Anyway to fix that? I'm using the suggested php.ini. Would putting something in .htaccess fix it? If so, what exactly do I put in there?