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Resolutions over 4000px wide or high breaks assets list viewer #1439
When I upload a file to a folder within assets with a resolution over 4000 px (not sure what the number is so i tried 5000) the folder infinitely loads on refresh. Anything over 3950 px wide gives an internal server error but it only seems to break the viewer at 4000 +
Updated from an older Statamic or fresh install:
List of installed addons:
``` [2017-05-31 11:36:43] production.ERROR: exception 'Symfony\Component\Debug\Exception\FatalErrorException' with message 'Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 6012001 bytes)' in /var/www/vhosts/daytodayuitvaart.nl/httpdocs/statamic/vendor/intervention/image/src/Intervention/Image/Gd/Commands/ResizeCommand.php:56 ```
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Resolutions over 4000px wide or high break assets viewer
Resolutions over 4000px wide or high breaks assets viewer
May 31, 2017
Can this be looked at from another angle? Instead of just increasing memory and trying to deal with ever increasing sizes - can we just have a limit that can be set - filesize and/or resolution that image uploads reference, if they are over then they are just rejected & deleted with a message saying to upload something smaller?
This is the one thing that breaks statamic still as clients always do this, despite being told 100 times. They get the photos from a digital camera/phone at something like 6000px and then upload it, which breaks. It can't them be fixed without FTP/SSHing in.