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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by [BLD] View Post

    I see but thats a real problem for me and my project with that's moslty based on that feature.
    I mean, what is the point with this "attachment" if I can't even upload higher file size?
    and plus I didn't bought your plan to use any external cloud to share files with my users....

    I feel very diseappointed now because I was completely satisfied with your product.
    I am sorry you feel that way. We have to maintain a level of service across 100s of sites in the Cloud System. This is one of the ways we do so.

    The only alternative that I can offer at this time is the downloadable version of vBulletin on a VPS installation. Then you can control the size and allow larger uploads such as this.

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  • Macro Man
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    To be honest, I'd be surprised if you find any other hosted product that allows file uploads of that size. If you do they will more than likely be extremely expensive. I have my own server where I host a handful of websites (including a couple of forums) and even I wouldn't allow file uploads of that size in my PHP settings because it could affect the performance of the server for everyone on it.

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  • [BLD]
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    Originally posted by Macro Man View Post
    ~10MB - 15MB is pretty standard across the industry for handling file uploads to be honest.

    If everyone could upload huge file sizes, then that means a lot more work for the servers. That means higher management costs. That means it costs more per month for us as users.

    You can always go for a self-hosted solutions instead and manage your own PHP limits?
    Or probably look for another product as I'm not that pro with these stuffs ...

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  • Macro Man
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    ~10MB - 15MB is pretty standard across the industry for handling file uploads to be honest.

    If everyone could upload huge file sizes, then that means a lot more work for the servers. That means higher management costs. That means it costs more per month for us as users.

    You can always go for a self-hosted solutions instead and manage your own PHP limits?

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  • [BLD]
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    We fill our upload settings are quite liberal at this time and do not plan on changing them.

    I suggest using a Cloud Sharing site and then providing a shared link to your users.
    I see but thats a real problem for me and my project with that's moslty based on that feature.
    I mean, what is the point with this "attachment" if I can't even upload higher file size?
    and plus I didn't bought your plan to use any external cloud to share files with my users....

    I feel very diseappointed now because I was completely satisfied with your product.
    Last edited by [BLD]; Thu 16 Mar '17, 1:35pm.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    We fill our upload settings are quite liberal at this time and do not plan on changing them.

    I suggest using a Cloud Sharing site and then providing a shared link to your users.

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  • [BLD]
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    Originally posted by Macro Man View Post
    There's nothing you can do, it doesn't matter what size you set in your admin control panel - it can't be higher than the limit set in the PHP configuration, which can only be changed by vBulletin. You can either wait for a response on here or if you have ticket support I would raise a ticket from the member's area.
    Thanks, I will wait for a response ...

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  • Macro Man
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    There's nothing you can do, it doesn't matter what size you set in your admin control panel - it can't be higher than the limit set in the PHP configuration, which can only be changed by vBulletin. You can either wait for a response on here or if you have ticket support I would raise a ticket from the member's area.

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  • [BLD]
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    Originally posted by Macro Man View Post
    PHP Max Upload size is 15MB - only vBulletin can change that as it's server side.
    Thnaks for reply, what I have to do?

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  • Macro Man
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    PHP Max Upload size is 15MB - only vBulletin can change that as it's server side.

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  • [BLD]
    started a topic Upload an attachment doesn't works for high files size

    Upload an attachment doesn't works for high files size

    I tried to upload an attachment (rar (about 90mb)) in a post but I get an error message.

    On the other hand, when I try to upload the same file type (rar) about 4 mb, it works.

    I have allowed the extension (rar) and have increased the limit of file size in the adminCP but it doesn't seems to change anything....

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