Increasing PHP Maximum Upload Size
Running a Linux Apache server using PHP. Seems like there are two ways to change PHP upload size... Depends on which Linux distribution I use, the server respects one over the other. I think in some instances, you might actually have to set both. It's not clear why one setting is chosen over the other. But just be aware of both methods:
1. Via php.ini
You can create a "php.ini" file in the sub-directory where you want to increase the maximum upload size. Then put the following two lines into it:
post_max_size = 10M ;
The example increases the maximum upload size to 10 megabytes. You can change that number to whatever you want.
2. Via .htaccess
You can create a ".htaccess" file in the sub-directory where you want to increase upload size to occur. Put the following two lines into the file:
php_value upload_max_filesize 10M
Again, the example increases the upload size to 10 megabytes. You can change the number to something more suitable for you.
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