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I have a Ubuntu 16.04 server with apache 2.4 and php 7.1. The php.ini has the following settings:

max_file_uploads    20
memory_limit    512M
post_max_size   256M
upload_max_filesize 128M

Folder permissions are alright, plenty of free space on the hdd (100+ GB)

And still can't upload a file bigger then ~40MB, php keeps throwing error code 3: UPLOAD_ERR_PARTIAL (which means: 'The uploaded file was only partially uploaded.'). No other error or log entry generated.

This driving me nuts. Is there any other variable/system setting i don't know about?

Any help really appreciated!

  • Is your disk full? – Michael Hampton Aug 10 '18 at 18:39
  • No, "plenty of free space on the hdd (100+ GB)" – user482716 Aug 11 '18 at 12:16
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Found the problem. The apache had a RequestReadTimeout header=20-40,MinRate=500 body=20-40,MinRate=500 setting which means the request's forced to timeout after max 40 sec... Another thing to watch out for.

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