ID: 8210
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: HTTP related
Assigned To: 

No feedback. If this happens with soon to be released PHP 4.0.5 too, reopen this bug 


Previous Comments:

[2001-02-25 07:45:36] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Does the problem persist with PHP 4.0.4pl1 or the latest snapshot from


[2000-12-12 12:41:36] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
one more test
windows2000+apache-1.3.14+php.exe php-4.0.3pl1(php as CGI) is working

definetly the problem is in php4apache.dll


[2000-12-12 12:36:08] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I tried windows2000+apache-1.3.14+php.exe php-4.0.2(php as CGI) - works again, so I 
localize the problem in php4apache.dll I guess

here's the code if needed

if ($HTTP_POST_FILES["pic"] && $HTTP_POST_FILES["pic"]["tmp_name"] != "none"){
        $userRegistrationInfo["pic"] = 
addslashes(fread(fopen($HTTP_POST_FILES["pic"]['tmp_name'], "r"), 

        $userRegistrationInfo["pic_type"] = $HTTP_POST_FILES["pic"]['type'];

and after that something like
mysql_query("insert into person set ".implode(',', $userQuery));


[2000-12-12 12:10:38] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
so when I use windows2000+apache-1.3.14+php4apache.dll php-4.0.3pl1 (php as apache 
and I upload files and put them in MySQL table they do come full (only few bytes of 
them are inserted into MySQL) I do not know exactly how much.

I downgraded to windows2000+apache-1.3.12+php.exe php-4.0.2(php as CGI)

it works perfectly

on linux also works perfectly


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