[Owncloud] Can't upload files greater than 2047 MB

Klaas Freitag freitag at kde.org
Mon Dec 12 12:34:26 UTC 2011

Am 12.12.2011 12:32, schrieb Marc Muehlfeld:

Hi Marc,

> Can anybody confirm this issue? I meanwhile setup a basic testsystem (nothing
> complex) and I also have this problem reproduceable there, too.

Do you use a filesystem that allows file larger than 2GB for all 
involved directories?


> Am 09.12.2011 12:02, schrieb Marc Muehlfeld:
>> Hi,
>> when I upload a file that is greater than 2,047 MB (2,146,435,072 bytes), then
>> it looks like the system is uploading (the little animated wheel is rotating),
>> but nothing happens. But if the file is max. 2,047 MB, it's fine.
>> Normally you see the uploading file growing in the tmp folder, but only if the
>> file is smaller than 2,047 MB you see it there. If it's bigger, nothing
>> appears in the tmp folder, because nothing is uploaded.
>> The values in .htaccess are big enough (otherwise I would get a message from
>> owncloud, too). upload_max_filesize/post_max_size = 6G, memory_limit = 1G
>> I saw the following message in the apache error log if the uploading file is
>> above the limit (appears direclty after I start the upload):
>> [Fri Dec 09 11:47:30 2011] [error] [client] Invalid Content-Length,
>> referer: https://xxxxx/files/index.php?dir=/test
>> I'm running 2.0.1 on Scientific Linux 6.1 (RHEL clone) with PHP 5.3.3.
>> Regards,
>> Marc
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