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Mac OS X Server, PHP5, White Page on Filebrowser

edited November 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Ok, I can get it to work now with small 50 k jpgs through 300k pretty much most of the time. Some 500k yes, some other no. But I need this to work consistently with 2 meg or more photos for this client. I tried putting this: # PHP is hungry. Give it more resources. php_value memory_limit 16M into a blank .htaccess file in the filebrowser dir. But is that the full syntax of it, or is there another way to just bump the PHP memory allocation? This is a Macmini and really all it will be doing.


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    Max_BMax_B New
    edited November 2006
    This configuration variable is only effective if PHP is compiled with --enable-memory-limit. This is not the case of entropy package.
    I don't think there is a memory limitation active though.
    I never used FileBrowser, but I often use image generation functions without encoutering size limitation on my OS X server. I do when on some hosting server.

    Note also that the FAQ states that the shorthand typo "16M" should be limited to php.ini.
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    So why would it go to White on some larger images in Php5, but doesn't have an issue with PHP 4.3 (entropy) on a different box? Thanks for the help
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