Support » Plugin: TYPO3 tt_news Importer » Importing Images failed

  • Hello,

    I Tried to import from TYPO3 to my WordPress. It worked for the first items very well.

    But then this error occured:
    function (){return f&&(c&&!b&&(h=f.length-1,g.push(c)),function d(b){n.each(b,function(b,c){n.isFunction(c)?a.unique&&j.has(c)||f.push(c):c&&c.length&&”string”!==n.type(c)&&d(c)})}(arguments),c&&!b&&i()),this}

    It seems that the problem is with the related pictures because the text is always imported. Also if I put the settings to “no related media to import” it works well.
    I already put the maximum memory-limit to 600 MB and added the SetEnv MAGICK_THREAD_LIMIT 1 to my htaccess, but still every import with more than one picture failes.

    Any suggestions?

    Sascha.

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  • Plugin Author saurabhd

    (@saurabhd)

    @galopper I am really sorry for the delay in response. Is there anything that we still can help you? Did you check in error.log what is it saying?

    galopper

    (@galopper)

    Hi there,
    still doesnt work…
    Where do I find the error.loG?
    Help would be great!

    galopper

    (@galopper)

    And one question: Is it possible to de-activate the job, that creates many pictures in different sizes? I think this could be a problem, because the pictures in the typo3 cms are very big.

    Hi, me again….

    The PHP error Log shows no entries….

    Only the messages I wrote in my first post.
    Do you have any suggestions?

    When i disable the images import, it works fine.

    Regards
    sascha

    Plugin Author saurabhd

    (@saurabhd)

    Thanks for the followup.

    We are trying to reproduce this error and let you know.

    In the mean time can you please create a ticket here as an issue ( https://github.com/axelerant/typo3-importer/issues ), so that you can track the status.

    Hi there,

    thanks so long.

    I tried a serveral times to import. There has to be an issue with images, which are to big (starting at a size of 1,5 MB or bigger) and when there are more of those images in an article. I resized some images in advance or just deleted them, then imported the article and it worked.>

    I will create the ticket.

    Regards
    sascha

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