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[Pydio] How to fix the “file is too big” error

Pydio is a web based file manager, formerly known as AjaXplorer. You can take a look at the online demo (use demo as login and password). This contrib integrate Pydio with the SharedFolders contrib. If Pydio is installed, you'll see a new option in the configuration of shared folders asking you if you want to enable access to this shared folders through Pydio.

some people encounter the error, "File is too big", when they try to upload a large file. The cause of this problem can be various. I've listed a few solutions that help solve the problem

1. Check and modify the settings in "php.ini"

If you are not sure where is your "php.ini", type the following command to find out

find / -name "php.ini"

edit php.ini. Here I just use 8192 because I need to upload large ISO images.

#This sets the maximum amount of memory in bytes that a script is allowed to allocate
memory_limit = 32M
#The maximum size of an uploaded file.
upload_max_filesize = 8192M
#Sets max size of post data allowed. This setting also affects file upload. To upload large files, this value must be larger than upload_max_filesize
post_max_size = 8192M

safe_mode = Off

2. Check the Uploader plugin settings in Pydio admin panel.




This two steps should solve your "file is too big" problem. However, if you, then, encounter the error "413 Request Entity Too Large Error and Solution". You should click HERE to follow this QUICK FIX post.


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