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  • How to increase upload limit for PhpMyAdmin

    Hi All,
    Where can I change the upload limit in PhpMyAdmin from 128mb to 256mb?
    Kind regards,
    Nico

  • #2
    Hi nico

    I hope your well

    Please see below a post I made for increasing myphpadmin size

    Many thanks

    John

    Originally posted by d2d4j View Post
    Hi

    Just a quick post to help anyone wanting to increase the phpmyadmin upload to greater then 128Mb
    You need to SSH into your server and edit as root or use sudo
    vi ~iworx/etc/php.ini
    change the following settings
    post_max_size =
    upload_max_filesize =
    memory_limit =
    Save
    If settings do not show, restart apache or restart server and check
    I hope that helps
    Many thanks
    John

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    • #3
      Hi John,
      Many thanks, I probably do use the wrong wording to look on the forum and Gxxgle, sorry.

      John, that file doesn't exist somehow, I checked another server but same...
      I then tried to increase the ones in /etc/php.ini but no result either.

      Kind regards,
      Nico
      Last edited by Nico; 10-20-2019, 11:24 AM.

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      • #4
        Hi Nico

        I have undeleted your thread

        edit the following and make sure those 3 files are set correctly:

        vi /etc/opt/iworx/iworxphp72/php.ini

        Then increase size as needed from following file:

        vi /etc/opt/iworx/iworxphp72/php.d/90-iworx-overrides.ini

        save and run

        service iworx restart

        service httpd restart

        check and all should be good

        Many thanks

        John

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        • #5
          Hi John,
          Thank ever so much, I was now able to import the backup of the database, only to discover it was 'old format' and I had to put in an extra row with sql_mode="" in /etc/my.cnf The problem I had was that users where not able to login the back-end/front-end of their website and I thought it was due to a failed import, seems in the past some fields could just be empty instead of NULL, and MariaDB seems to be more 'strict' All sorted now.
          Kind regards,
          Nico
          Last edited by Nico; 10-22-2019, 06:57 AM. Reason: spelling

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          • #6
            nico una pregunta dónde pudiera yo cambiar el límite de carga en PhpMyAdmin de 128mb a 256mb?

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            • #7
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              • #8
                anunciocarabobo
                Hola, inicie sesión ssh como root y nano /etc/opt/iworx/iworxphp72php.d/90-iworx-overrides.ini

                post_max_size = 256M
                upload_max_filesize = 256M
                memoria_limit = 256M

                Si su iworx php es una versión diferente, reemplace el 72 con su versión

                entonces
                servicio reinicio iworx
                servicio httpd reiniciar
                En Nodeworx reinicie todos los servicios PHP-FPM
                hecho.

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