Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of faq/server/change-fcgid-max-setting


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Feb 21, 2011, 5:02:06 PM (10 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    99{{{
    10 mod_fcgid: HTTP request length 8389712 (so far) exceeds MaxRequestLen (8388608)
     10mod_fcgid: HTTP request length 26214543 (so far) exceeds MaxRequestLen (26214400)
    1111}}}
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    13 The HTTP request through your Drupal interface contains all data being uploaded, such as your file. The default limit is 8MB (this is true even if you've modified your php.ini setting to allow a higher amount.
     13The HTTP request through your Drupal interface contains all data being uploaded, such as your file. The default limit is 15MB (this is true even if you've modified your php.ini setting to allow a higher amount).
    1414
    15 So if you are uploading a file that is more than 8MiB, the request length is going to also be more than 8MiB.
     15So if you are uploading a file that is more than 15MiB, the request length is going to also be more than 25MiB.
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    17 You must modify a configuration setting in mod_fcgid through the Member's Control Panel. If you know you are going to need to be uploading files larger than 8MiB, that setting needs to be adjusted by adding this to your Web Configuration:
     17You must modify a configuration setting in mod_fcgid through the Member's Control Panel. If you know you are going to need to be uploading files larger than 25MiB, that setting needs to be adjusted by adding this to your Web Configuration:
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    1919{{{
    20 FcgidMaxRequestLen 10388608
    21 }}}
     20FcgidMaxRequestLen 36700160
     21}}
    2222
    23 Note that the value, in this case 10388608, is expressed in bytes. 10388608 is about 10 Mbytes.
     23Note that the value, in this case 36700160, is expressed in bytes. 36700160 is 35 Mbytes.