Uploading file too large

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Re: Uploading file too large

Postby Altrea » 21. April 2020 23:13

Updating XAMPP always means doing a full backup-uninstall-reinstall-reimport. There are so many things that can go wrong, beginning with incompabilities due to new php versions up to data loss due to incomplete or corrupt database backup.
If there is no real need for an update, or you are an experienced it Webserver expert, I would not do it.

The recommend value for max_allowed_packet is as low as possible but as high as needed. Higher values can more easy occupy your ram and database process. In many cases 256M is fully acceptable, but 512M can also be okay. I for example have one database that need the full 1G and runs stable for many years now.
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