[EP-tech] Re: Maximum file size for an eprints document upload?
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Tue Apr 10 09:22:24 BST 2012
Am 05.04.2012 13:40, schrieb C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk:
> I’ve been trying to find out (in response to a question from the people
> implementing our new CRIS)if eprints has a maximum file size for
> document upload. My googling has let me down on this. I can’t see where
> this might be configurable within cfg.d files, but maybe it is elsewhere
> on the server? Can anyone enlighten me on where to look? I imagine we
> either have the default value or no value, but need to confirm what that
> defulat value might be.
[resent as my mail from last thursday does not appear in the list. Hope
noone has got it twice now ...]
you can do that by Apache webserver configuration:
LimitRequestBody 104857600 # 100 mega-byte
ErrorDocument 413 /error413.html
I guess this is the only level at which you can deal with too much
upload size, unless it is okay for you to make changes to E-Prints core
or to have derivates of E-Prints modules.
> Here’s hoping!
> Many thanks
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