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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    This tells me that vBulletin is behaving properly on upgrades. You need to configure your server to handle these large file uploads via PHP.

    First, you need to specify a upload_tmp_dir in your php.ini. There is no way your server will be able to handle HTTP uploads over 1 GB with just memory. At least not reasonably. You would have to increase the PHP Memory limit to at least double and probably three times the size of the largest uploaded file. This directory should be three times the size of the largest table in your database. The web server needs to have permissions to read and write to this directory.

    Then you need to make sure that PHP can handle file uploads of this size through its max_execution_time and max_input_times. You may also still need to adjust the memory_limit. I'd recommend at least 512 MB.

    Finally, you need to make sure your web server doesn't time out the upload in the middle of the request. It has its own parameters on how long an operation can take.
    The server has been set up to upload large files
    But the problem with the attachment system deals with files on it 's images
    Folder (tmp) size is 32 GB
    max_execution_time : 1000
    max_input_times : 2000
    In short, there is no solution to this problem ,

    Can you help me?
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  • Wayne Luke
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    This tells me that vBulletin is behaving properly on upgrades. You need to configure your server to handle these large file uploads via PHP.

    First, you need to specify a upload_tmp_dir in your php.ini. There is no way your server will be able to handle HTTP uploads over 1 GB with just memory. At least not reasonably. You would have to increase the PHP Memory limit to at least double and probably three times the size of the largest uploaded file. This directory should be three times the size of the largest table in your database. The web server needs to have permissions to read and write to this directory.

    Then you need to make sure that PHP can handle file uploads of this size through its max_execution_time and max_input_times. You may also still need to adjust the memory_limit. I'd recommend at least 512 MB.

    Finally, you need to make sure your web server doesn't time out the upload in the middle of the request. It has its own parameters on how long an operation can take.

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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  • Mark.B
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    When you try to upload a file with the Upload File Diagnostic, what is reported by the system?

    Maintainance -> Diagnostics

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    What tools do you want me to use?
    Your request is not clear
    Are there files that need to be loaded to diagnose?

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by ABDUR7MAAN View Post
    Hello I did not mention that technical support is not good and bad. I used version vb5 because I liked it and was very nice and sophisticated But these simple problems make me hate to use it. So you proved that the bugs of the program: You installed the latest version of the vb3 The same file was uploaded without any problems This proves that I have prepared the server without a problem I am a problem of VB5 This is the link to make sure: https://www.anime-toons.com/vb3/showthread.php?t=1
    In which case, you should run the upload diagnostic tool, as Wayne has asked, and then post back the results.

    I'm not saying we can't get this to work, but we need you to help us to help you.

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    Hello I did not mention that technical support is not good and bad. I used version vb5 because I liked it and was very nice and sophisticated But these simple problems make me hate to use it. So you proved that the bugs of the program: You installed the latest version of the vb3 The same file was uploaded without any problems This proves that I have prepared the server without a problem I am a problem of VB5 This is the link to make sure: https://www.anime-toons.com/vb3/showthread.php?t=1

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by ABDUR7MAAN View Post
    Now I am responsible for the error in the program and I am not following my problems
    Every problem I ask is your response ... We do not support and this is not our specialty!
    In your opinion, the problem of attachments I am responsible for, but is a mistake of the program.
    As Wayne has stated, we need answers to our questions in order to provide support.

    When we ask for something, such as the results of a diagnostic tool, that means we can't advise further until it's provided. You seem to be thinking that we'll still solve the issue even if you don;t provide the information, and the problem is, we can't.

    As both Wayne and myself have stated, vBulletin wasn't really designed for the type of scenario you're attempting to use it for. You would have the same issues with vBulletin 4, vBulletin 3, and every other forum software I can think of. The attachment system is simply not designed for uploading enormous files, and most servers aren't configured for it either. regardless of what the forum software does.

    Providing product support isn't always about making something work. Sometimes the correct answer is "it's not designed to do that", and that's good support, not bad support.

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    Now I am responsible for the error in the program and I am not following my problems
    Every problem I ask is your response ... We do not support and this is not our specialty!
    In your opinion, the problem of attachments I am responsible for, but is a mistake of the program.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    vBulletin 5 is perfectly stable and runs thousands of sites. To go back to vBulletin 4, you need to restore your vBulletin 4 database and files. Any content added after upgrading to vBulletin 5 will be lost. The largest reason that you're not getting your issues resolved is you do not respond to requests for information or provide information that wasn't asked for. Plus when directed to a specific location for help, you do not follow up on your issues in that location.


    The best way to handle large files like this is to upload them via FTP and to link them in a forum available only to those who should have access. vBulletin is and never was designed as a distribution system for large files. The Attachment system is for convenience and at the limitation of your server settings. However, you have refused to answer my question about what the File Upload Diagnostic returns so we cannot troubleshoot your issue.

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    I do not want it to display the video as you think I want it to be an attachment file being uploaded by members.
    If I want to embed the video as a direct watch I will use sites for direct viewing.

    Is there a way way to go back to vb 4
    vb5 is not stable enough until a forum is built on it.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by ABDUR7MAAN View Post
    The file to be uploaded
    Not a picture
    It is a video file format mp4
    If the program can not differentiate between image and video files, this is not my fault , It is a mistake of the program
    For sizes, the video extension (mp4) (mkv) has been set.
    There is no other way to upload files and make them special for members and prevent visitors from downloading.
    Do you have any other way?

    This is the third problem in (vb5) I have not found a solution yet ?
    vBulletin does not accept *.mp4 files by default. You would need to configure this under AdminCP > Attachments > Attachment Type Manager.

    However, I would point out that the software isn't designed as a video hosting service - you will not get an embedded video like on YouTube, you will get an attachment that people have to download and open in their own video player.

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    The file to be uploaded
    Not a picture
    It is a video file format mp4
    If the program can not differentiate between image and video files, this is not my fault , It is a mistake of the program
    For sizes, the video extension (mp4) (mkv) has been set.
    There is no other way to upload files and make them special for members and prevent visitors from downloading.
    Do you have any other way?

    This is the third problem in (vb5) I have not found a solution yet ?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    That isn't the upload file diagnostic and does not provide the information that I am looking for.

    However, the maximum file size for images in a default installation is 900,000 bytes. They are resized to 1440 X 900 pixels and cannot be larger than 4608 X 3456 pixels. You can adjust the file size limit under Attachments -> Attachment Type Manager. I do not recommend uploading 1-gigabyte or larger images. You will kill the performance of your server.

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  • ABDUR7MAAN
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    When you try to upload a file with the Upload File Diagnostic, what is reported by the system?

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