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So I have turned that on as well php upload runtime-error share|improve this question edited Jan 28 '13 at 15:48 asked Jan 28 '13 at 9:59 mhopkins321 1,06773362 1 Look but over 60 and it doesn't like it. added to the link by concrete5.org) Also, does this still happen if you only upload like 3 very small images? There is no error message. http://crimsonskysoftware.com/upload-error/upload-error-401-concrete5.html

Are you searching for something specifically? Download concrete5 Installation Hosting Solutions Hosting Support Development Enterprise Extensions Education Business Government Partners Contact us Themes Add-ons Community Forums StackOverflow Search Members Bug Tracker Submitting Code Job Board Docs Editors I thought it was a C5 issue. The uploader seems like it stalls, but the files actually are uploaded, the file manager just doesn't register them.

Sign In Register Download Try it now... the coupable was one, but maybe two or tree of those ones. I would prefer to not upload these files via ftp, as I would like to maintain consistency in the file naming structure in the future. jgarcia replied on Feb 6, 2009 at 9:12 am Permalink Reply They would be in your php.ini file.

And like most, I figured that it was a limitation pre-set by Concrete5, but it's an error being thrown by PHP. I don't know if it's a GoDaddy thing (probably, I've had many bad experiences with them) or a PHP5 thing, but I didn't know that it no longer has a default I'll go find that log –mhopkins321 Jan 28 '13 at 10:05 added error logs, which changed the direction of the question due to it –mhopkins321 Jan 28 '13 at I've uploaded numerous photos before without a problem.

The lack of info in the error log is most likely because the script that's crashing has error_reporting disabled. funny thing is i can upload like a 50-60mb file no problem... ppcc replied on Oct 14, 2010 at 12:47 pm Permalink Reply I had similar trouble. shotrox replied on Mar 17, 2012 at 6:16 pm Permalink Reply Hi Curtis thank you very much for this.

if not, you can add the something like this to your .htaccess file: php_value upload_max_filesize 20M royjaison replied on Jan 13, 2010 at 12:46 pm Permalink Reply I am sorry to When i upload large file it will appear internal 500 error. When I open web inspector in Chrome, and look at console, I see: Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error) http://MYDOMAIN/index.php/ccm/system/dialogs/page/add_block?cID=216... Just not in 5.4.1.

  1. This may not matter to you though. 'file_uploads' are turned on by default and php just won't use a temp directory for caching the upload.
  2. I created the php5.ini and uploaded it in the root of the installation where the htaccess file is as well - was that the right location?
  3. I feel that this is the best place for these changes.
  4. The error the log is throwing is PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ';' in updatePDF-check.php on line 36 Line 36 is as follows echo "
  5. POSThttp://vaa.afixia.com/index.php/formify/go/1?ajax=1... 500 (Internal Server Error) Here is the start of the JSON I get back: {"error":{"type":"Whoops\\Exception\\ErrorException","message":"DOMDocumentFragment::appendXML(): Entity: line 2: parser error : xmlParseEntityRef: no name","file":"\/home4\/vaaengco\/public_html\/packages\/formify\/src\/FormifyTemplate.php","line":287,"trace":[{"file":"\/home4\/vaaengco\/public_html\/packages\/formify\/src\/FormifyTemplate.php","line":287,"function":null,"class":"Whoops\\Exception\\ErrorException","args":["DOMDocumentFragment::appendXML(): Entity: line 2: parser error :
  6. If so, does it have the mime type set up for FLV files?
  7. Thanks Craig ceejay replied on Sep 25, 2010 at 4:35 am Permalink Reply just noticed when i do to upload multipul files once the file is uploaded i get Upload Error:
  8. mesuva replied on Mar 27, 2014 at 3:32 am Permalink Reply Can you upload very small files?

Why are only passwords hashed? I did it but it did not work... Permalink November 23, 2009 at 10:52 PM An unknown error occurred while uploading the file. Sign In Register Download Try it now...

for example: putting this in your htaccess: php_value upload_max_filesize 500M php_value post_max_size 500M leave out the opening and closing php tags jhart replied on Nov 25, 2009 at 12:55 pm Permalink have a peek at these guys Any thoughts as to what might be occuring. I tried each one, by uploading to my wwwroot folder 1st, then into the Concrete folder - but still get the error "Uploaded file is too large. So I have turned that on as well –mhopkins321 Jan 28 '13 at 15:48 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up

This way the whole file could not be read, as there was plain text in between PHP code. I doubled the allowable PHP memory limit for fun but no dice. This is the first site using 5.4.1. check over here It probably doesn't work because you left php_value before each line. 1PLM replied on Apr 6, 2012 at 4:40 pm Permalink Reply I am facing the same issue and followed your

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Sign In Register Download Try it now... After that fixed my Blog issue, I tried the uploader in 5.4.1 and it worked! hth LucasAnderson replied on Dec 8, 2008 at 11:03 am Permalink Reply Definitely not the filename, it is any file over 1.5 MB All my settings in php.ini seem correct as RedInvasion replied on May 2, 2011 at 1:31 am Permalink Reply I cant upload a video cause concrete Upload Max File Size: 10M and Post Max Size: 8M and in my

Or just on the front-end of the site. Kind regards, Ramon ramonleenders replied on May 25, 2015 at 5:39 am Permalink Reply You can download v1.1.0 to get your problem fixed for future block types! :) tduncandesign replied on about the file is not been shown, just a circle running. this content Use a php.ini file for php directives # php_value post_max_size 200M # For security reasons, mod_php is not used on this server.

I can grant you access to this development site in progress via PM or email if you want to take a look. You must have a user account and be signed to perform this action. I have gone into the php.ini page and changed file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 2m to file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 100m Yet it still throws the 500 error. Sign In Register current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.

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Thanks Albin curtis07 replied on Mar 18, 2012 at 2:55 am Permalink Reply file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 200M post_max_size = 200M upload_tmp_dir = /tmp/ Create a file named php5.ini and Thank you so much! The rule was for replacing double slash in urls ('//' to '/'): RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^(.*)//(.*)$ RewriteRule . %1/%2 [R=301] I would know why this rule interfers with the file manager, and Here may be a solution: http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/usage/upload-on-5-4-1/...

Lengthwise or widthwise.