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Jazzperson 15th September 2007 17:08

Request entity too large
 
Hi!

I have installed the Perfect Setup - Debian Sarge, everything works perfectly - but when i try to upload large files, i get an error: "Request entity too large".:(

How do i solve this problem? :)

Thanks //Jazzperson

till 16th September 2007 19:45

How do you upload the files? Large files should be always uploaded with FTP or sftp.

Jazzperson 16th September 2007 19:49

I know - but i can't even install new templates or components in Joomla! CMS.. It's a major problem..:(

till 16th September 2007 19:50

Ok, you mean you can connect with FTP with the user which is the administrator of the website but you can not upload any files inside the "web" folder?

Jazzperson 16th September 2007 19:59

Apparently it has something to do with "LimitRequestBody" in php.conf.. But where is php.conf located? :confused:

till 16th September 2007 20:01

If you upload with FTP, it has nothing to do with a PHP setting. Please try to answer my questions above, otherwise I can not help you if you dont tell me how you upload the files.

Jazzperson 16th September 2007 20:06

No - it has nothing to do with FTP - The component and template installer in Joomla!CMS is based on php upload..

Request Entity Too Large
The requested resource
/inetservers/administrator/index2.php
does not allow request data with POST requests, or the amount of data provided in the request exceeds the capacity limit.
Apache/2.2.3 (Debian) PHP/5.2.0-8+etch7 mod_ssl/2.2.3 OpenSSL/0.9.8c Server at www.xxxx.eu Port 80

till 16th September 2007 20:10

Ok, but then you should tell us in the first post that you have a problem with joomla and not with file uplodas in general or ISPConfig.

Please have a look at the php.ini file (/etc/php5/apache/php.ini or a similar path) andset the limits for post requests and file uploads to a higher limit and restart apache.

Jazzperson 16th September 2007 20:12

Oh - of cause.. My fault..:) I'll try it..

Jazzperson 16th September 2007 20:20

post_max_size = 8M

upload_max_filesize = 2M

File size = 812 kb

No change..:(

One with the same problem: http://forum.mamboserver.com/showthread.php?t=19892 - I need to change "LimitRequestBody", but i don't know where..


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