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Cannot upload large images onto "Image Gallery"

Discussion in 'SiteBuilder' started by MikeNZ, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. MikeNZ

    MikeNZ Guest

    According to Sitebuilder's Documentation, image size should be below 3 MB. I have tried upload images with different sizes and different resolutions. It seems to me that "Image Gallery" does not handle file size more than 1MB and resolution over 2000 pixels without resizing it. I'm trying the image below without resizing it, and getting this error "Action status: 2; Target: /Wizard/Edit/Modules/ImageGallery/ImageUpload; Messages: Error! Operation has not been completed"

    http://www.astro.caltech.edu/palomar/images/blog/Snowfall from Dome on Manzanita Tree 001.jpg

    This image is only 1MB in Size and 1115x836 pixels.

    MY /etc/php.ini "memory_limit = 32M"
    Sitebuilder/etc/php.ini "memory_limit = 64M"
  2. Nataliya Zagr

    Nataliya Zagr Regular Pleskian

    Apr 14, 2009
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    If the problem is caused by PHP extension Suhosin you may see the following error in log file /var/log/user.log on the publishing server:

    Oct 6 6:44:56 hostname suhosin[11620]: ALERT - configured request variable value length limit exceeded - dropped variable 'request' (attacker '', file '/PATH/TO/FILE')

    If the problem is caused by mod_security look into Apache error log file for details.

    Please, see the following article for more information:


    Thank you
  3. MikeNZ

    MikeNZ Guest

    Thanks for your reply. I'v checked error log on publishing server and found nothing about security issue. However, it is complaining about "Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted". I then increased the memory limit to 128M. Everything works fine now. But my question is why does it need so much memory for a 5 Megabytes photo?