Originally Posted by MediaHound
I think you should use file size limits, even a big limit, but at least some number there! Someone can cripple your server if they try to upload a stitched together photo as big as your house. It's a security hole you have there imo.
I understand, and sorry, I *do* have maximum pixel height & width set; I meant to say that I didn't put any restrictions on file size. Now that I'm poking through the ACP, I'm not seeing any place for that anyway ... all I see is "Maximum multimedia upload size in Kb", but I thought that was for other file types. Hmmm...
Originally Posted by Chuck S
Doing a search on ini_set would pull up tons of information on your error
You need to give more memory to PHP if you using GD2 to process images
Well, I'm in a shared hosting environment - so I can only do so much, kwim? I wonder why this is happening for only ONE of my 270-something users?