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26 September 2011 at 7:33pm
When I click on "Look for new files" in the Files and Images tab, I receive a red Server Error notification at the bottom after about 3 minutes.
When I click back on the Uploads folder, I noticed it found all the files that I FTP'ed to all directories before the "Council-Meetings" folder, but not new files within that directory. The Council-Meetings directory has many sub folders and thousands of files.
I know the system is returning an error in this folder, but I don't know why. Could it be a bad file type?
Is there a limit to the number of files/folders that can be in the Uploads directory?
Any advice would be great.
27 September 2011 at 11:57pm
Have you tried monitoring the request in a console to see if you can get any more details about the error? I usually find good clues to these sort of problems through the firebug console
28 September 2011 at 1:01am
max_execution_time in php.ini is smth i would check.
29 September 2011 at 6:35pm
Thanks for your suggestion. I checked the phpinfo file and the max_execution_time was set to 20. I added a php.ini file to the root with max_execution_time=60, but it hasn't updated.
Do you think this could be a setting that cannot be changed on the server?
The hosting provider is Westnet in Australia, and not our usual hosting provider.
30 September 2011 at 1:48am
does it update the same amount or break at the same point? and there goes nothing at all in the log-file or to the console as mr. squatch suggested? if so you also could try peu à peu - not all files at once.
3 October 2011 at 7:40pm
It seems to get to the same point. The folder with all the files in it is a child of the Uploads directory.
I just deleted some of the larger files from the Uploads folder and they aren't being found, so it must be a problem with the whole sync?
I tried using Firebug in Firefox, but it just returned a 500 Internal Server Error with no explanation. There are too many files to delete and start again.
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