Jason Wong responded Wednesday, December 04, 2002 10:24 PM

< On Thursday 05 December 2002 10:14, Roger Lewis wrote:
< > Thanks for the suggestion.  I'll try ini_set although I'm not yet
< > of how to use it.

< As has already been pointed out, the uploads take place *before* your
< is run. The manual has table which shows what you can and cannot change
< ini_set().

< THE place to change it is in php.ini.

< > I checked again and post_max_size is not in my php.ini, but perhaps I
< > should just add it.

< Perhaps you should indeed. I think it defaults to 2M, so if you haven't
set it
< 2MB is your limit.

< > Also, I was wrong before - I do have a directive for memory_limit.  It
< > 8M

< I think this only has effect if php was compiled with

< > Regardless, this doesn't explain why I can't upload a file that exceeds
< > except that I don't seem to be able to reset upload_max_filesize to
< > than 2M.

< You mean you set it in php.ini and phpinfo() reports something different?

< --
< Jason Wong -> Gremlins

That's what I've been trying to say, Jason.  I set upload_max_filesize in
php.ini to 8M, 8000000, or any other number, restart Apache, and the reset
seems to be ignored.  When looking at phpinfo, upload_max_filesize is
*always* 2M.
Adding the directive post_max_size = 16M to my php.ini did nothing except
change my include_path settings ?%!?!*. (I can see in phpinfo that the
default is 8M, but there is no setting in my php.ini)
In reply to Tom's comment, there is no difference between master and local
settings; however, there are no separate settings in my php.ini either.
Do you have any other thoughts on this?

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