#2 Fatal error: uploading

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2004-03-03
2003-08-26
Devon Ward
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When uploading a file that takes a while because of
size, or slow connection, I get a fatal error:

Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds
exceeded in C:\Server\quixplorer\index.php on line 41.

I opened my php.ini, and changed that 30 second
execution time setting to 7200. And it still failed out
after about a minute or something.

I can't upload big files if they have to be sent in a
certain amout of time? I would like to be able to upload
something that may take 2 hours or something, and the
program won't hiccup.

Do you have any suggestions? I would really like to have
no limit on the amount of time an upload takes.

Oh, and by the way, Thank you for developing this
application. It is perfect. Out of all the rest out there,
yours has the cleanest look and most efficient
implementation.

Thanks

Discussion

  • Devon Ward

    Devon Ward - 2003-08-26

    fatal upload error

     
  • Devon Ward

    Devon Ward - 2003-08-26

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    also attached, is the location bar that I added...

     
  • Devon Ward

    Devon Ward - 2003-08-26

    location bar

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I have exactly the same problem

    Is it resolve for you ?

    thanks

    Fabrice

     
  • Felix C. Stegerman

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  • Felix C. Stegerman

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    I have no Idea what's causing the failure.
    Are you sure upload_max_filesize and post_max_size have been
    configured properly?
    You could also try setting max_execution_time to 0 (that
    means no maximum).
    I'm assuming you've restarted your server to make sure the
    new settings have been enabled, you've edited the correct
    php.ini and the problem doesn't originate at your server...

    Regards,

    Felix

     

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