Support » Fixing WordPress » [Upgrade 3.4 to 3.5] CGI Error on upload media files

  • Hi all,

    it my first post but I’m a great follower of this forum!

    My server is:
    Win 2003
    Microsoft-IIS/6.0 configured with FastCGI to run php
    MySql 5.5.18

    After the upgrade to the 3.5 version I cannot use the “Upload New Media” admin tool without receiving a CGI Error :

    “The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers.”

    There is many reference online about this error but I did not find anything about this particular circumstance.

    So, even if I receive the error, I can see that the media file has been upload and it appears on the media list.

    The only difference I can notice with a file uploaded in the 3.4 version is that the dimension parameter is not showed in the details page (wp-admin/post.php?post=18&action=edit), ex:

    “Dimensions: 1000 × 221”

    For this reason I guess that there is a problem when WP updates this value on the database or even when it calculates this value.

    Anyone had this problem before?

    Thanks in advance for your reply.

    Eas

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  • I can add to that issue that even if the upload is done, the file is not resized to the other standard sizes: 150*x, 300*x, 500*x ..

    So I believe that the error source is the function that resizes the uploaded images. Why now this doesn’t work anymore after the update to 3.5?

    What does it changed on it?

    How can I fix it ?

    Thanks

    Eas

    Hi,

    nobody knows what does it changed in the crop functionality of the media uploader in this new WP version?

    Eas

    Hi,

    Updating to version 3.5.1 didn’t solve the issue.

    It would be great also a little help!

    Eas

    Hi,

    does anybody has the same issue?

    Someone solved it?

    I’m going mad with this!

    Eas

    Hi,

    Sorry for the UP but I really didn’t found a solution for this issue.

    Eas

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