My friend's response is this:
""Admin demos don't tell you how well a software will work on your own server, nor do they show you how well a conversion from a previous software will work. In this instance, the import will be of approximately 62,000 members, 2.25 million posts in 20,000 threads...
As I stated in a previous thread, a friend of mine wanted to test xenForo. So I installed xenForo onto his server from my account (and password-protected it of course - completely for testing purposes only).
However, we're running into a few snags.
Every time we login, it seems to...
I knew I had read something like that somewhere on the forums. I just couldn't find it again. You can count on me to not be able to find relevant pieces of information that I need more than once.
I don't know if I'm posting in the right forums, or if I'm contacting you lot through the right means, but I do need to raise a question.
A friend of mine is looking to replace his old forum software with something new. Although he is looking at a fair amount of remarkable free...
I talked to my server support and they weren't helpful. XD; They tried, but they didn't know how to help.
A friend of mine who's been in programming for the last 23 years helped me out and fixed the issue in like, fourty-five minutes. O_O;;
He had to add:
Alright. Thank you. I'll try and contact my support team, as I'm completely lost as to where I should be going, considering it's such a small filesize.
Thank you very much for your help, and I hope you don't have to see me again too soon. ♥
My apologies if I'm being unclear. It's certainly not my intention.
I can upload any file smaller than 100kb (As tested with a couple of small pictures at 20kb and 60kb respectively) but anything above 100kb doesn't seem to upload.
I most certainly meant 100kb. 100MB would probably be easier to manage, but I'm not so lucky.
I don't know why it's so small, especially since I can't find any issues! It's rather frustrating.
As of now, I am not explicitly trying to upload anything. I was running general tests to see if it was...
Turns out, I don't have a mysqld.service file anywhere, or a MySQL directory, which is strange since the service is running. My site wouldn't be up in its database if it wasn't! I'm right confused.
There's no my.ini, global.ini or another my.cnf anywhere. I'm not sure where to look XD; But running the find command didn't help at all.
Also, I was wrong - it goes straight up to 100%, but then denies the picture with the error.
I'll give a find for those filenames.
The forum doesn't seem to be allowing any file above 100kb to go through. It uploads to about 99%, then comes up with an error.
My PHP configuation is as follows:
upload_max_filesize = 10M
post_max_size = 20M
memory_limit = 128M
max_execution_time = 60...
Nice to see you again, Brogan. You're just my helping angel today, aren't you? ^^
In my PHP settings, I've adjusted:
However, it didn't fix the issue.
My current max_execution_time is 30. Is there one you'd recommend?
I'll have to check my MySQL...
I've made no progress on rectifying this error.
I understand if people are busy, I'm just a bit surprised I've not received a reply yet. Is it that difficult a problem, or is something that's asked often? I did Google it, but they didn't give me any answers, so here I am.
It's my second call for support today, it seems.
I'll try to be brief, but detailed.
I'm running some tests on my forum at the moment, and I seem unable to upload files or resources over 100kb, for some reason. I've checked my Admin Panel, and everything in there seems correct.