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I've been searching for this for quite a while now but haven't found a solution yet.
Attachment uploads do not work (most of the time) and I can't really find out why, it also seems random and not really limited to an upload size.
Running on CentOS 7 with Apache2.
Error message is "An unkown file upload error occured".
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Hi Experts, I'm using the latest versione of rainloop 126.96.36.199 but I've the same issue.
Not all clients have this problem. Only some one.
How can I fix it?
PHP and NGINX settings are ok.
Thanks in advance.
Don't think this is the solution for me.
The location for the AN folder you mention is in:
And the rights on those folders:
]# ls -l
drwxr-xr-x 3 web2 client2 4096 Sep 24 12:01 an
drwxr-xr-x 3 web2 client2 4096 Sep 23 14:07 cr
drwxr-xr-x 3 web2 client2 4096 Sep 23 16:46 in
drwxr-xr-x 3 web2 client2 4096 Sep 24 11:52 ti
Not sure whether it's the same issue, but I also experienced an inability to upload any attachments. My NGINX logs were showing things like: 2018/10/24 18:22:43 [error] 12165#0: *4294 client intended to send too large body: [blah blah blah]
It works here now by setting: client_max_body_size 30M;
in my RainLoop's website config in NGINX.
The equivalent for Apache2 would be: LimitRequestBody 31457280
Or some other sane value. I never noticed until recently, when trying attachments larger than 1M (NGINX's default client_max_body_size value). But Apache2 should have a default of LimitRequestBody 0, so it might indeed be permission related in your case.