What version of admin are you using? I run version 2.2.0 and have never had such a problem. Without looking at the code I can say that it appears that myadmin estimates the size of the file before uploading it and then something happens to prevent the upload from occuring. It may well be that some odd character sequence is causing the error as you suggest, or it may be some sort of socket error. I would suggest some steps to narrow the problem down.
First, make sure that your file is actually formatted the way that you are telling myadmin it is formatted. Check the delimiting character, the field terminators, the escape character and the line terminator. It is possible that one of these settings is causing myadmin to think EOF is reached when it is not. Try using different formats, file sizes and upload paths to determine if the error is triggered by a certain combination of factors. Fred Stephen Phillips <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message 002001c1737b$6b36a700$21937ad5@stevephillips">news:002001c1737b$6b36a700$21937ad5@stevephillips... lol, ok (sorry I've been staring at a text file looking for bugs for 3 hours) this is the type of error msg phpmyadmin is giving me; Warning: Only 0 bytes were written, expected to write 32516 in - on line 82 sometimes it says line 74, or 130 as well I was kinda hoping someone might know of some common things which might trip up mysql or php in a string, since this is my best guess as to the reason for the error. Steve. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]