I have Elite Dedicated Server and i have a code which is done in php. When i am trying to upload less than 280MB file it works fine. if it is more than that i could not get it .
Please check http://www.rawcaster.com/vi/testmy_upload.php
Before some months i got same problem then i have increased MAX_FILE_UPLOAD_SIZE then it was working fine upto last one month. now it is not working.
I have contacted your live chat agent, He tells me again and again it is code error you know that there is no code error because small files are uploading correctly
I tested your code on my own server. I am able to successfully upload smaller files, (100 - 200MB, etc) but when I attempt to upload larger files (mytest file is 540MB) it seems to sit there uploading and then forward to the send_upload.php URL. In my case, I get a connection reset. Is this the behavior you are seeing? Also, is this something you absolutely need? Php is not designed for transfer of larger files, whereas FTP is. You may want to consider creating a public FTP account if that is feasible for your situation.
Yes i am also think the connection resets because i am not getting anything in this($_FILES['myfile']) if it is larger file . I am giving facility to my users to upload their own videos to my site and sharing with their friends. I cannot give ftp-details to all my registered users for uploading video they need to upload on the same page by clicking upload button. so what can i do. it was working before a month i have uploaded around 1GB file. Please look at following link so that you can understand what i want to do
Thank you very much
Sorry for all the trouble with your file uploads not working. You should be able to <a href="http://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/website/general-server-setup/update-local-php-settings" target="_blank">change the below settings in your php.ini file</a> and your HTML form.
<h4>php.ini changes</h4><strong>Increase the upload_max_files</strong>
<code>upload_max_filesize = 1024M</code>
<strong>Increase the php memory limit</strong>
<code>memory_limit = 1024M</code>
<strong>Increase the max_post_size</strong>
<code>post_max_size = 1024M</code>
<h4>HTML form changes</h4>Add the below hidden input into your form
You will also need to <a href="http://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/website/general-server-setup/recursive-php-ini" target="_blank">make your php.ini recursive</a>. Also, if you don't see your php.ini then you can restore it to your public_html folder.