On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 10:29:04AM -0400, Paul Nicholson wrote: > Hey, > First of all, you can *not* set the upload size via .htaccess. You have to > set it in httpd.conf or php.ini. And you need to use php_value instead of > php_flag. > <Directory "/dir/"> > php_value upload_max_filesize 8M > </Directory>
Actually, that didn't help :) $_POST and $_FILES is still empty, and the httpd.conf (in the virtualhost) reads like this; php_value upload_max_filesize 100M php_value max_file_size 100M php_value post_max_size 100M (tried to apply this both "globally" in the virtualhost and on a specified directory) ..and there's no .htaccess involved anymore. > btw, this was discussed on the list within this month....read the archives & > the manual! :) I've read the manual, and all about the php variables I have to change... just can't recall reading anything about superglobals beeing emptied out :) Reading the list archives as we speak ;) -- Trond Arve Nordheim - "This message is ROT13-encrypted twice for extra security."
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