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Thread began 7/18/2009 11:18 pm by sam308940 | Last modified 7/23/2009 2:21 pm by sam308940 | 2481 views | 15 replies


Some success..


I have had some success by doing what support asked me to try today. They had me add <?php ini_set('memory_limit', '256M'); ?> to the first line of my page. This allowed me to upload and even resize an image that was 1.5 Meg.

NOTE: I have not tried this within my DA pages yet. This was just an upload form created with DFP2. Plus, I am still on my local testing server. I'll post my settings for the php.ini if that helps.

I will try larger and larger images and see where I max out and report back.

Does anyone know if adding that line <?php ini_set('memory_limit', '256M'); ?> will cause any repercussions with your host when they have the php.ini limit set to 64M?

My php.ini settings as it pertains to what Ray was asking for. (If I miss something let me know).
PHP Version 5.2.6
Darwin K v.9.6.0
Apache 2.0
Memory Limit 8M
post_max_size 32M
upload_max_filesize 32M

GD Support enabled
version 2.0.34 compatible
everything for file types is enambled.

Not sure if all of that is important. Still learning this stuff.


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