a segmentation fault should not occur. If the script timeouts,
there is a message in the error log that really says "script
timeout" (don't know the exact words). Howerver, you should know, that the
upload_max_filesize in php.ini should be almost the double size of your
zip file, because the file is encoded before upload.
The file is loaded into memory first, so you'll need a appropriate
memory_limit in your php.ini too.
Next, if you store the image in mysql, be sure to set (example)
set-variable = max_allowed_packet=10M
in your mysql ini file (/etc/my.cnf for example) to twice the maximum
Segmentation faults are hard to track. If the problem persists, send us
more information about your environment (OS, Webserver, php version,
tiki-settings, coredumps?, exact error messages and probably a test-zip
On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, James Herschel wrote:
> I'm running Tikiwiki 1.9rc3 which I recently moved to another machine. The
> site functions flawlessly with one little catch. When I upload a zip file
> (3.7MB) with about 10 pics in it, the script just dies with no error, but I
> see this in my /var/log/apache/error.log.
> I have my PHP upload limit at 10MB and can upload smaller zip files with only
> a few pics no problem at all ... that's why I'm confused.
> Is the script timing out while trying to build all the thumbnails dying
> ungracefully? I don't know. Let me know if you'd like my php.ini.
> Any help is appreciated!
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