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> ok, I have a script that takes files from a HTTP post and loads them
> into a mySQL database. Whenever I try to load a file greater than a meg
> ot two, I get mySQL error #2006, MySQL server has gone away. I checked
> upload_max_filesize in php.ini and that's not the problem, also
> MAX_FILE_SIZE input tag is not the problem. Anyone have any ideas?
> Here the basic code that does the upload. There is some other code that
> collects other info and some error checking. I'm not hitting max
> execution time. So what gives? Thanks in advance for your help.
> BTW, PHP 4.2.1, my SQL 3.23.49-nt
> $f1=fopen($_FILES['newfile']['tmp_name'], "r");
> $file=fread($f1, $_FILES['newfile']['size']);
> $insertQuery = "INSERT INTO media_files SET
> Please help. Thanks.
> - Anthony
It's possible that the problem is with your mysql configuration - check
the value of max_allowed_packet which I think defaults to 1 meg - you
might need to increase that value.
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