I’m running NextGen-Gallery (.96) on WordPress MU 1.5.1 (WP 2.5.1 core). My relevant php.ini settings are as follows:
upload_max_filesize = 50M
memory_limit = 64M
post_max_size = 50M
When I attempt to upload an image that is 169KB the image uploads and the thumbnail is created as expected.
When I attempt to upload an image that is 1.32MB I get the following error : “img_3877.jpg (Error : Exceed Memory limit. Require : 35.38 MByte)” & no thumbnail is created.
When I attempt to ‘create new thumbnails’ within the Gallery itself I get the same error.
I also ran the 1&1 memory script and passed all the tests.
What the heck? How in the world is 35.38 MBytes needed to create a thumbnail for a 1.32MB image? And even if it does, what setting is not right in my php.ini file?
I’ve read every related post I can find. Can’t see what I’m missing. I’m stumped.
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