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Web interface upload and OwnCloud client sync problem on 64-bit Ubuntu #1453

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samiux opened this issue Feb 5, 2013 · 5 comments

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commented Feb 5, 2013

Operating System : Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS (64-bit)
OwnCloud : 4.5.6
Apache : 2.2.22
PHP : 5.3.10 with mod_fcgi

Problem #1 :

When using web interface to upload a file that is greater than 2GB, the upload failed even my PHP.ini set to 40GB. It can only upload up to 2GB size on the web interface.

Problem #2 :

When using OwnCloud client to sync the file that is greater than 2GB, the sync success but the file size on the web interface is showing 0. However, it can be downloaded and the file is not corrupted.

Any idea?

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commented Feb 5, 2013

Anything of interest in data/owncloud.log or Apache error.log?

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commented Feb 5, 2013

I checked the PHP is 64-bit version by the following command :

php -r "echo PHP_INT_MAX;"

and the output is :

9223372036854775807

There is no error message in apache2's access.log and error.log as well as OwnCloud's owncloud.log.

For the Problem #2, the size is showing "0" only for .zip or archived files. The others will showing >1000 if they are larger than 2GB.

Any idea?

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commented Feb 5, 2013

Further to the above, I find out that when the uploaded file size is larger than 2GB, it will be deleted automatically in the /tmp directory. Therefore, it will be the answer for the unsuccessful uploading the file that is larger than 2GB via web interface.

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commented Feb 5, 2013

Further to the above, I set the php_value to "LimitRequestBody 0" the uploaded temp file will not be crunked. However, when it creating the other temp file up to 2 GB, it quit and the temp file disappeared.

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commented Aug 5, 2013

I’m closing this bug because it has been inactive for a few months. This probably means it’s not reproducible or it has been fixed.

Please reopen if the error still persists with ownCloud 5.0.9 (the latest stable version) and then please use the issue template. You an also contribute directly by providing a patch – see the developer manual. :)

Thank you!

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