[Pkg-owncloud-maintainers] File size issue (Admin section)

Thomas Müller thomas.mueller at tmit.eu
Mon Jun 4 08:37:47 UTC 2012


I assume you cannot change the value in .htaccess because this file is not writable by www-data.

Which is correct from my point of view.

No idea how to deal with that.
Remove the gui for changing this value?


Diederik de Haas <didi.debian at cknow.org> schrieb:

>In the previous mail (PEAR issue), I mentioned an issue I came accross, which 
>I'll describe here:
>When you log in as an admin and go to Settings -> Admin, there's a File handling 
>section, allowing to specify the Maximum upload size (which is 512MB after 
>I changed that value to 700 MB and tried to upload a 691 MB file 
>(big_buck_bunny_1080p_h264.mov) at which I was told that the upload exceeds the 
>maximum size. Going back to the Admin section, I saw the maximum upload size was 
>changed back to 512 MB!
>My initial thought was that maybe it isn't allowed to get > 512 MB, since in 
>.htaccess there's also a setting wrt to filesize and those values are set to 
>Next thing I did was change the default value of 512 MB to 256 MB and clicked on 
>the save button, at which I saw it was 'reset' again to 512 MB!
>Changing the limits in the .htaccess file (to 768M), also changes the Maximum 
>upload size in the Settings -> Admin -> File handling section.
>So it looks like the edit box for the Max upload size is rather useless, since 
>it won't 'override' the setting in the .htaccess file.
>I haven't checked whether this is an upstream or packaging issue.
>  Diederik
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