> From: "Dave" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> have created multiple file upload scripts in the past...  all work like a
> charm,
> always used with files less than a meg or two.
> have a use for it now where the user requires upload of a 6-10mb file and we
> are
> running into problems with browser timeouts(for obvious reasons).  We have the
> following in place
> in php code    - set_time_limit(900)
> in apache conf    - php_admin_value upload_max_filesize 20000000
> - php_admin_value max_execution_time 900
> still running into situations where the browser is timing out on files in the
> 8mb or higher range.  Suspect this is happening on the client site since the
> 15min mark isn't anywhere close to being hit as the above permitions allow.
> browser timing out after 2-5 min.
> any solutions to this?  recommendations?
What are your php.ini-settings for post_max_size and upload_max_filesize?
I've done a site that takes uploaded files as large as 24 Mb, and the
max_execution_time is only set to 50. It seems that the several minutes it
takes for the upload to go from client to server isn't counted as execution
time because nothing is happening at the server. Perhaps whatever process
you're using for handling multiple files causes the timeout?

I'd love to hear how you resolve the problem, because I need to do a
multiple file upload system soon.



Lowell Allen

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