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Change upload_max_filesize via .htaccess
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Change upload_max_filesize via .htaccess
Make a file name .htaccess

inside the .htaccess

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//Change default upload size
Code:
php_value post_max_size XXM
php_value upload_max_filesize XXM
Save and upload
How to i test it ??
make a php file and type
Code:
<?php

echo ini_get('upload_max_filesize');
?>
and upload to server and see Smile
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RE: Change upload_max_filesize via .htaccess
Nice, very simple. Smile
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It's isn't unsecure?
If I remember, one of changes when we make to improve security of server, is disable some functions, like shell_exec, ini_exec, and some others, no?
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RE: Change upload_max_filesize via .htaccess
yes, it is safe.
This guide teaches to increase the file size to upload.
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RE: Change upload_max_filesize via .htaccess
Cantalupo, I asked about the enabling ini functions when change the default config for a some domain to a different config when as defined at the php.ini. If I can change a simple config (like upload file size), is possible to change more configs, no? So, this option isn't turn the server unsecure?
In various webhostings that I used, this option is disabled for security reasons (change php configuration with php functions or php.ini special config for a one domain).
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(02-06-2015, 02:39 AM)rafaht Wrote: It's isn't unsecure?
If I remember, one of changes when we make to improve security of server, is disable some functions, like shell_exec, ini_exec, and some others, no?

This doesn't override the disabled functions. This is a setting for a php environement variable. You can't enable back function lice exec once you blacklisted then in main php.ini.

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RE: Change upload_max_filesize via .htaccess
First of all, I am new to sentora.
Where should I put .htaccess ? Do I need to put it in each phpmyadmin, filemanager etc. ?
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