snapin upload limit of 8mb is too small
Ok so everythings working, the problem I’m having is with a 100mb snap-in. The limit is 8mb, Everytime I
tried to add it tells me I need a name for the plugin.
Where does one edit the max size.
I’ve already tinkered in the php.ini max upload size etc, but that didn’t fix it
@tom-elliott Fixed. I’ll take back everything I thought bad of you man. Thanks :)
please update to the working branch where this is now addressed.
If you need immediate access, edit:
upload_max_filesizeand replace the value 3000M
post_max_sizeand replace the value with 3000M
Save the file and restart php-fpm service:
systemctl restart php7.1-fpm
@tom-elliott That’s correct. I’m running on Debian. I remember from .99 fog way back the php upload was a problem area.
however, I’m trying to kick out a testnav.msi and it’s 102megs.
@activ8xp on install fog sets the upload sizes to 3000m though that’s for the Apache config. I may need to make the change to the fpm php.ini file for Ubuntu/Debian.
@wayne-workman Ok, max shows 4 options, and none having to do with plugins or upload.
client max sixe, (the log log)
quickreg max pending macs
Multicast max sessions
and max wait on multicast
@wayne-workman I’m using a brand new install, version: 1.5.2
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
- First, FOG has not had an 8MB limit for a very long time, I think the current default limit is 100MB.
- What FOG Version are you using?
- There’s a setting for this in the fog-settings area in the web gui. Go to
Web GUI -> FOG Configuration -> FOG Settings -> Expand Alland use
ctrl+Fto use your browser’s search, look for the word