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answered Mime type received as “text/html”, server configured to send as “text/javascript”
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accepted Trouble getting DEFLATE working on Apache 2.2
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asked Trouble getting DEFLATE working on Apache 2.2
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comment Updating Dell PowerEdge firmware on Ubuntu?
The link is 404'ed. Wish folks would copy the content to SF instead of linking to it.
Oct
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
Will upgrade today and let you know - thanks.
Oct
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
It does and the file size limit matches what is in php.ini. The software (VIMP) is known to work just fine with very large files ( >5gb )
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revised segfault error with bash on CentOS 6
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comment segfault error with bash on CentOS 6
Preaching to the choir. Building packages from source is a solution of last resort since we lose the ability to have future security patches easily applied. Will wait on an official solution.
Oct
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asked segfault error with bash on CentOS 6
Oct
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
ooo till Monday, can't get to my video production machine. will follow up then (and delete this message at that time)
Oct
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
$ file /usr/sbin/httpd /usr/sbin/httpd: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.18, stripped
Oct
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
64 bit CentOS with 24gb RAM. Wondering if I have a 32-bit version of Apache installed now. How would I find that out?
Oct
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revised php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
CentOS 6.5, Apache 2.2
Oct
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comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
I'm updating the correct file because if I change upload_max_filesize to 9999M, then restart apache, I see that reflected in phpinfo();