Now it is working! I changed the field "Timeout" in httpd.conf from 300=20
to 600 and could create a topic with a 2.4M unidiff file.
So the solution was:
1. Change max_allowed_packet in my.cnf from 1M to 32M;
2. Change Timeout in httpd.conf from 300 to 600.
Thanks all for the help,
DATACOM - Diego escreveu:
> I changed max_allowed_packet in my.cnf from 1M to 32M. After that, I=20
> could use a diff file of up to 1.8M. When I tried it with a 2.4M diff,=20
> it failed again. I click on the "Create topic" button, wait some minute=
> and a blank page is displayed just as before. In the Apache log I found=
> [error] [client 22.214.171.124] (70007)The timeout specified has expired:=20
> ap_content_length_filter: apr_bucket_read() failed, referer:=20
> Seems like a timeout in Apache. Do you think this can be causing my=20
> problem? Anybody knows how to change this?
> Tim Casada escreveu:
>> As David suggests, it is probably MySQL's max_allowed_packet setting i=
>> /etc/my.cnf (or wherever your MySQL configuration file is). I think t=
>> default is 1MB, which would make sense. Take a look in your my.cnf fi=
>> in the [mysqld] section there might be a parameter with the value=20
>> max_allowed_packet=3D1MB. Try adding or changing this parameter to sa=
>> 16MB or 32MB restart the MySQL server and see if the problem persists.
>> Tim Casada
>> David Sitsky wrote:
>>>> When I try to create topics using big unidiff files (1Mb or more), t=
>>>> system shows a blank page and the topic is not created. No error=20
>>>> messages are displayed. Is there any limitation on the size of the=20
>>>> unidiff files?
>>> There is a rough limit of 20 megabytes at the moment for the size of =
>>> HTTP POST, so you really shouldn't be hitting this.
>>> Have you checked the apache error log file? Perhaps the database has=
>>> had an issue with the size of the topic text.
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