It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I'm working on a multisite WP installation and I need to import content from other Wordpress sites. A call to phpinfo tells that the. What is wrong there?
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This is a guest post by Mustaasam Saleem from Cloudways. When you have a WordPress website, you have to upload files every now and then to keep your site active and pretty. So you need to know that there is more than one way to upload your picture, theme, or any other content to your WordPress. If you want to upload anything other than media, themes or plugins, you can always upload them via a file manager. Did you notice something weird, though? No, not in the article.
Reach over to the customer support of your hosting provider and ask them to increase these limits for you. If you are still unable to import your file, the easiest way to figure out the problem is to request error logs from your hosting provider for your website. Examine the logs around the time when you tried to import the backup. You will see what limit you have encountered and increasing it will solve the issue. Hi Yani, After updating to the latest version and installing the extension for all in one wp migration, it says the maximum file size is 20MB. Is this an error in the latest version?
Most hosting providers set limits to the PHP memory designated for running applications and scripts. As scary as this error may seem, the solutions are pretty straight-forward. Try uploading your file again and if the error persists, Increase additional PHP limits by adding these lines into the. Adjust the PHP limits to any desired values as long as your web hosting providers support it.