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UE4 Multiple upload problem

Thread began 4/30/2010 8:13 am by John Langer | Last modified 4/30/2010 2:16 pm by John Langer | 898 views | 5 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yeah, php can be tricky with large file uploads, the are a lot of settings that can come into play.


some of those settings can be modified using the php "ini_set" method to override the php.ini settings.


the following page lists all of the php.ini directives:
ini.list.php

look at the changeable column for each directive, this page explains the meaning of each possible value for the changeable column:
configuration.changes.modes.php


so as an example, to change the memory limit, you could use:
<?php ini_set("memory_limit", "256M"); ?>

Just be aware that the server may be configured to ignore you attempted changes. you can see if your changes are taking effect using ini_get:

php:
<?php

echo("Old Memory Limit: ".ini_get("memory_limit")."<br /"):
ini_set("memory_limit""256M");
echo(
"New Memory Limit: ".ini_get("memory_limit")."<br /"):
?>

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