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  1. I have a script that uploads files fine on my local server running MAMP but when I upload it I get no file upload. I have tried to simplify as much as possible to troubleshoot and came up with the following script: <?php ini_set('display_errors', 1); error_reporting(E_ALL); define('BASE_DIR', '/home/lineligh/public_html/Art3/'); define('IMG_UPLOAD_DIR',BASE_DIR.'artwork/'); $id='4'; print_r($_FILES); if (isset($_FILES['picture']['name'])) { //check size if ($_FILES['picture']['size'] > 900000) { $uploaderr = true; $uploaderrmsg.='File must be less than 900,000 bytes<br />'; } //check type if ($_FILES['picture']['type'] != "image/jpeg" && $_FILES['picture']['type'] != "image/png") { $uploaderr = true; $uploaderrmsg.='File must be a jpeg or png<br />'; } $uploaddir = IMG_UPLOAD_DIR; $uploadfile = $uploaddir . $id . '.' . end((explode(".", $_FILES["picture"]["name"]))); $result = move_uploaded_file($_FILES['picture']['tmp_name'], $uploadfile); echo '<br>'.$_FILES['picture']['tmp_name']."</br>"; echo $uploadfile; echo '<br>$result: '.$result; } ?> Which produces the following output: Array ( [picture] => Array ( [name] => Olivia-IMG_8678.jpg [type] => image/jpeg [tmp_name] => /tmp/phpe5Vpyq [error] => 0 [size] => 192649 ) ) /tmp/phpe5Vpyq /home/lineligh/public_html/Art3/artwork/4.jpg $result: 1 So, the file gets to the server, the move_uploaded_file function claims that it successfully renames the file and puts it in /home/lineligh/public_html/Art3/artwork/ but if I look for the file it is not there. I'm stumped as to what else to check. Webhosting company swears that my permissions are correct.
  2. I'm trying to test error conditions for file uploads, but when a file intentionally fails, I'm not even sure how to access the code. Here's a snippet: $file_arr = $_FILES[ 'digifile' ]; $fn = $file_arr[ 'name' ]; $temp = $file_arr[ 'tmp_name' ]; $error = $file_arr[ 'error' ]; error_log( 'the error is: ' . $error ); // ** SEE NOTE BELOW if ( $error > 0 ) { $ui->upload_message = "Error during file upload. "; // try to switch the error to show a relevant message } else { if ( move_uploaded_file( $temp, $full_path ) ) // something } My test for now is simple... test a small image file, it's fine. But I have set my max file size to 16MB in php.ini, and I'm intentionally uploading a 19MB file. What is the expected result? Well I can tell you that the result is this code IS NOT REACHED AT ALL! How is that possible? error_log() doesn't get reached. I don't really know what happens when there is an error, but I'd like to show a customer a relevant message if this happened in the real world. There's no boolean result of move_uploaded_file, either, since like I said THE CODE ISN'T REACHED. I really don't understand. Any help is appreciated.
  3. <p><p>HI I am having trouble using this function, I am hosting my website on 1and1 with the following php.ini: register_globals = 0 allow_url_fopen = 1 session.bug_compat_warn = 0 memory_limit = 128M max_execution_time=3600 post_max_size = 128M upload_max_filesize= 128M upload_tmp_dir = '/temp' And this is the code used to upload the file: <?php include ('connection.php'); session_start(); $target = "Images/"; $pic=$HTTP_POST_FILES['previewImage']['tmp_name']; $destination='/Images'; $date = date('d-m-Y'); $postarticle = "INSERT INTO articles VALUES (NULL,'$_POST[title]',CURDATE(), '{$_SESSION['ID']}','Images/$_POST[previewImage]', '$_POST[preview]', '$_POST[video]', '$_POST[content]', '$_POST[additionalInformation]', '$_POST[type]')"; if (mysql_query($postarticle,$conn)){ move_uploaded_file($pic,$destination.$HTTP_POST_FILES['previewImage']['name']); header("Location: index.php"); } else { header("Location: {$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']}"); } ?>
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