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Author Topic: Totall filesize size over 7MiB will be refused by the gallery  (Read 3043 times)

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bast

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I have a strange issue.

If i want to upload more then one picture into my gallery and the totall filesize is over 7MiB, the gallery refuses to upload the photos and i don´t get any error messages at all.

But as long as i stay under this amount i can upload 10 pic without any problem.

Where can i change this? if it´s possible.

I have changed max filsize in my PHP file to 20MiB and the max filesize to 4MiB in the galley.
I use version 1.4.3 if it´s any help with MySQL 5.0.18 and PHP Version 5.1.2
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Re: Totall filesize size over 7MiB will be refused by the gallery
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2006, 11:38:05 pm »

Doesen´t annyone have the same problem or a workaround?
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Re: Totall filesize size over 7MiB will be refused by the gallery
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2006, 11:43:32 pm »

not a strange issue at all. This is determined by a variety of factors, most of them server vars that can't be changed using coppermine controls (well, they are server settings, not coppermine settings). They're explained in the sticky thread on this board, but can only be changed if the server is yours to administer.
This is not a hotline, allow days for answers, not hours! Read the docs (particularly the upload troubleshhoting section) and the sticky thread as suggested.
You (as coppermine admin) should use FTP-upload plus batch-add anyway.
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