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Hello 

 

Been a while since i've used this script. 

 

I just bought an application off the market place thats 2.1mb in size, when i try to upload it im given the error of 2mb or less, now in my php.ini my upload and post size are more than adequate to meet these needs however i cannot for the life of me find the setting in the acp to change this. 

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6 hours ago, Vanucci said:

Hello 

 

Been a while since i've used this script. 

 

I just bought an application off the market place thats 2.1mb in size, when i try to upload it im given the error of 2mb or less, now in my php.ini my upload and post size are more than adequate to meet these needs however i cannot for the life of me find the setting in the acp to change this. 

This only use the php.info upload size if says 2mb then double check that have correct php.ini loaded.

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I think it would be hidden in a php file setting located somewhere like /applications\core\modules\admin\ or something like that

I used a search and replace tool which found 2048 in various folders (2mb?)

 

one file looked interesting but not sure if of any use system\3rd_party\pclzip and \applications\cms\sources\Theme.php

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Work around for now, would be to open the application tar file using winrar/7zip and then uploading it straight to you applications folder through ftp. Then carry on to install the application normally.

For Full Fix I recommend:

Try check your memory_limit in php.ini, the three variables you need to check is memory_limit, post_max_size and upload_max_filesize. IPS Upload uses the size that is the lowest out of those 3 variables so make sure they are all set to 30mb.

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2 hours ago, VladTheGreat said:

I think it would be hidden in a php file setting located somewhere like /applications\core\modules\admin\ or something like that

I used a search and replace tool which found 2048 in various folders (2mb?)

 

one file looked interesting but not sure if of any use system\3rd_party\pclzip and \applications\cms\sources\Theme.php

Sorry but your 100% wrong no stage should you need change any core files as uses 100% php.ini and many people don't double check there Admin CP info.

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3 hours ago, Vanucci said:

Hello , thanks for replying 

 

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as you can see the file upload is a set at 30mb. 

 

but i still get this 

 

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I now you have check cPanel but have checked make sure your site loading this php ? follow simple steps to double check.

Admin CP - very top select Support

this will load a window with system information in like so

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in the php filed see phpinfo click this and will display the php version being used for the site find post_max_size and upload_max_filesize and see if match if not then you know have wrong php being used for that site.

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7 hours ago, Vanucci said:

Hello , thanks for replying 

 

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as you can see the file upload is a set at 30mb. 

 

but i still get this 

 

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Depending your hosting etc will depend what php.ini file is loading, you may be editing the wrong one, Go to your ACP and support and on the right hand side in the system information click php info then look for the Loaded Configuration File path, that's the one needed editing, you will need to restart apache or whatever you are using for it to kick in

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