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Trouble uploading via web interface


ownCloud - Feb 22 2012
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Question:I've edited my php.ini file and owncloud is reporting my max upload is 1G, however when I try to upload anything over 1MB it never completes. Anyone have a clue?




Answer:This list needs to start helping others a bit better imho. But in case anyone is looking for an answer to the question I posed, I'm following up for you.

I'm running owncloud from an ispconfig3 instance, which some of you may be doing as well. In ispconfig3 you have 4 options of how to setup your php. You pretty much have to use mod_php and adjust your php.ini either via .htaccess or in the php.ini of your webserver or vdir for your site. Don't use the ispconfig3 php directives space, and don't use the other selections. I'm posting the parts about the different php settings in ispconfig3 here in case you don't have the manual (I highly recommend you get it)

Fast-CGI:
Advantages:
• Scripts will be executed with user privileges of the web site; • More than one PHP version can be run as FastCGI; • Might be better in speed compared to CGI and suPHP.
Disadvantages:
• php.ini values cannot be changed via PHP scripts, vhost files, .htaccess files. But it is possible to use the Custom php.ini settings field on the Options tab of a web site in ISPConfig to specify custom php.ini settings (see chapter 4.6.1.1).
• CGI:
Advantages:
• Scripts will be executed with user privileges of the web site;
• More than one PHP version can be run as CGI.
Disadvantages:
• CGI might use a little more memory (RAM) - therefore, it's not recommended to run PHP as CGI on slow virtual servers;
• php.ini values cannot be changed via PHP scripts, vhost files, .htaccess files. But it is possible to use the Custom php.ini settings field on the Options tab of a web site in ISPConfig to specify custom php.ini settings (see chapter 4.6.1.1).
• Mod-PHP:
Advantages:
• Speed; • Needs less memory (RAM) than CGI; • php.ini values can be changed via PHP scripts, vhost files, .htaccess files.
Disadvantages:
• Scripts are being executed with Apache privileges, which might lead to some security related problems;
• Only one version of PHP can be installed as Apache module;
You cannot use the Custom php.ini settings field on the Options tab of a web site in ISPConfig to specify custom php.ini settings (see chapter 4.6.1.1).
• SuPHP:
Advantages:
• Scripts will be executed with user privileges of the web site; • Each vhost can have its own php.ini file; • Needs less memory (RAM) than CGI; • More than one PHP version can be run as suPHP.
Disadvantages:
• php.ini values cannot be changed via PHP scripts, vhost files, .htaccess files. But it is possible to use the Custom php.ini settings field on the Options tab of a web site in ISPConfig to specify custom php.ini settings (see chapter 4.6.1.1);
• SuPHP might be a little slower than mod_php.

Hope that helps out someone else.




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