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Multiple images server file upload problem

Thread began 5/27/2010 7:18 am by richardmendelsohn403705 | Last modified 5/27/2010 1:42 pm by Jimmy Wu | 542 views | 2 replies |

richardmendelsohn403705

Multiple images server file upload problem

I have just successfully installed PowerGallery on my server and everything seems to work and display OK except when I try to upload new multiple images for a new gallery. I first successfully uploaded 27 jpg images onto the server. Then, using the server upload tab, I selected this directory and clicked 'add images' in the normal manner. The system indicated that it processed all 27 images, yet when I went to Manage Images only 5 of them were present. I repeated the operation and it uploaded the same 5 images again and added them to the list. The 5 images seemed to have been extracted from the source directory at random. PowerGallery correctly displays and handles these 5 images. Any ideas what I need to do to get all 27 images to upload properly?

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richardmendelsohn403705

Problem resolved

Turns out it was another case of overlarge image sizes. Reducing their size resolved the problem.

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Jimmy Wu

Yes, if you upload extremely large files, the images will not upload correctly due to the memory needed to process the files. The resolution of a file that large would not be used, so reducing the size is the best way to resolve this issue. Glad you were able to determine the cause. If you run into any additional issues, feel free to open a new thread.

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