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Old 5th May 2007, 13:23
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Adit a setting in one of your websites and hit save.
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I olso have this problem I have change in the file
$go_info["server"]["apache2_php"] = 'addtype';
and restart httpd servicen
and change to my webpage but I get this error in my log
[error] an unknown filter was not added: PHP

howe shuld I fix this bequse I cant upload enny files nowe biger end 2 mb
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[error] an unknown filter was not added: PHP
This is just a warning and not a error and it does not harm at all. This warning has nothing to do with your upload problem.

You must cfahnge a setting in your website in ISPConfig and save it, otherwise the apache configuration is not rewritten.

To upload larger filles, you must set the file upload limit in your php.ini to a higher value.
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I olredy have do this change in the phpini file
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Then you most likely changed it in the wrong php.ini file. Most linux distributions have 2-5 php.ini files for the different php versions and separate php.ini files for cgi, cli and mod_php.
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I have change that to the both php ini files its has work before for me and when I have install ispconfig that dont work for me.
And I cant se where is wrong bequse I have upload max size 10 mb
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Create a file with the phpinfo() function inside and check the upload limit. Also, are you sure that your problem is the upload limit and not e.g. missing permissions to save the file in a folder?
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this is corect permissions but what is the code for phpinfo() ???
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http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.phpinfo.php
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thx that is corectly I have upload max size 15 mb
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