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Settings to change in php.ini to upload 5-6MB file

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I have <input type="hidden" name="MAX_FILE_SIZE" value="5000000000" /><br />
I don't know what that big number would be but I am running WAMPServer 2 the newest version and I don't know what to change in the PHP.ini file to make it where I can upload images that are like 5 or 6 MBs big. I can get smaller photos to work with that big number though. Please shed some knowledge. Thanks!
Sep 29 '11 #1
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usually its your server limit, check your php ini for max file size, or use phpinfo() function to check it...
Sep 29 '11 #2

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It says 600M whatever that means
Sep 30 '11 #3

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If it mean 600 M that mean you can upload a file with 600 Mega byte size.

I dont know what is your purpose but I think, you should think carefully about how much you would let a user to upload
Sep 30 '11 #4

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I am just playing around right now. I still can not upload a 5MB jpeg file. A small kb file opens though.
Sep 30 '11 #5

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