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  • When an image is being uploaded and is too big a chmod error is given
    “Warning: chmod(): No such file or directory in C:\web\xampp\htdocs\vanilla\wp-admin\upload.php on line 177”
    This only happens when a file if being uploaded the first time. There should be an error identifying that the file is too big.

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  • Hi 🙂
    How about this post? Did anyone think about putting a check on the filesize and report the RIGHT reply for when an image is too large?
    I tried uploading a large image that was larger then what I had in the options and I got that same error… but I didn’t know why I got the error untill I search the forums for support. Maybe a nice “Sorry, that file exceeds the filesize limit of XXXkb.”?

    I’m seeing this same error, but the bug is slightly different. I’m seeing the error whenever i upload a file that is greater than 2000K, EVEN when i increase the maximum upload size to 5000K in the options. I’m trying to post some video clips and… it’s really annoying. Any solutions to this??

    just FYI, the problem was that the default upload size was set at 2M in php.ini – i upped that limit, restarted Apache and that fixed the problem.

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