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    uploading files to server


    Why is it that you can upload large file size when you are using FTP, but you cant upload large file size beyond the max when you are using browser to upload ?

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    Jun 2008
    There is time-out problems. If you mean uploading something like by using php to linux servers then there is another setting for php.ini

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    Sep 2009
    If it is as ianeeshps says, that you are using a php form for uploading file to your server, than you will need to change this value "upload_max_filesize = 2M" to anything you want, in your "/etc/php.ini" file.

    After that do not forget to restart your apache service.

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