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Started by lesmond, Jul 21, 2019, 10:25 AM

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lesmond

Shared server, its the one me and steve run.

The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe

Bigguy

I wonder if it has something to do with server resources being tied up at some points and this is why you get the error.

Skhilled

It's not happening on any of the other sites on the server. No one has any complaints so far. I'm logged into most of the sites on the server at least weekly and there's no problems.

My thoughts are that there's a mod conflict somewhere that's causing these problems. I doubt the hooks were removed the last time the forum was updated or worked on and the mods reinstalled. The newly installed mods were also probably not manually checked to make sure all of the code for the mods is in place which can also cause conflicts.

They must remember that just because you've installed or uninstalled mod and got no errors doesn't mean that it worked correctly. Sometimes, you'll only find out there's a problem when you try to use something.

lesmond

So I installed ElkArte (which you know is an SMF fork) on a vps with webuzo, no errors at all.

I installed a fresh smf 2.0.15 on the same vps and I got the same error with that, which tells me its a SMF problem and not the server.

So its not any mods or hooks!

The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe

Skhilled

What file type is the attachment and what size is it?

lesmond


The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe

Skhilled

...of course they are image files... What extension?

Skhilled

Hmmm, maybe try a .txt file for the same size or larger and see if there's a difference. May not be just a file size difference. Also you've never mention the dimenisions...width and height.

lesmond

Tried a 4mb text file no errors, image dimensions dont seem to affect anything, its just the file size thats the problem.

The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe