Limit Per file upload?


#1

Hey guys ive been lookin around and i cant see the max limit per file ? anyone know what it is ??

example can i upload a 100mb .zip ?? or a max of 10mb etccc

thanks in advance :slight_smile:
Peter


#2

Upload a simple php page to your server that runs the phpinfo() function. My server returns this:

post_max_size - 8M upload_max_filesize - 7M 100 MB at one time is simply not possible through a web interface. You’ll either have to use ftp, or upload portions of an archive file that gets reassembled.

http://benconley.net
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#3

If you upload via ftp or scp there is no hard limit… I had a mirror of some linux conferences about 650MB or even more… even a DVD image of Debconf… that is like 4GB… it takes time… but you can use your space as you like as far as you don’t break the TOS http://www.dreamhost.com/tos.html

Regards


#4

Thanks heaps guys =D yeah ill use ftp hehe :stuck_out_tongue:
its only 17mb, the 100mb was just an example:)

Cheers for the help:)


#5

I’m mirroring some particularly large files too, and they can be downloaded fine with a web browser most of the time. My response was regarding file uploads because I think that’s what the OP was asking.

http://benconley.net
http://teamshocker.com


#6

Just a note to remember that some “old timers” still use perl and other CGI capable scripting languages and those languages are not subject to the PHP web-interface upload filesize limits.

I know everybody seems to only think in terms of PHP now days, but there are “many ways to skin the same cat” :wink:

–rlparker


#7

By the way I forgot to make a commercial about… I was testing the pipe and disk space also…
http://ociologia.org/
You can get the DVDs from Debconf6 that was done on May this year on Mexico. Disc 1en & 2en are English (formal presentatios), Disc 1es Is Debian Day… that was spanish only presentations. If you need to test speed on download be my guest this are huge files ;D very good to test the DH pipe ;D and yours also.

This is a mirror of http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2006/debconf6/

BTW on the Radio directory there is an historic of self promotionals from loved and gone Radio Stations here on Mexico if undestand a litte of spanish have some real fun.

Regards