I have a very good free web hosting company. My one user needs to be able to upload a 16 meg sql file in php. I tried bigphp, but it game me an error that the sql file doesent have a semicolon followed by a linebreak at the end of each query in the file.
I know there is some sort of SSH command i can run to import this sql file to his account. I am using layered panel. So what is the easiest way here?
Also i have 20MB php.ini settings for uploads, post size, etc.
I'm running Plesk 12. I install it today, using the ISO which parallels provides, which includes centos 6.5 and preinstalled Plesk 12 in my vps. Then I logged in plesk, and I did everything it wants. Then I upgraded my php, to php 5.4.36 according to the manual that Paralells provides, and then I tried to increase the max upload file size for phpmyadmin. I have edited my /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/php.ini file and tried to restart using with 3 different ways using terminal:
1st: service sw-cp-server restart 2st: /etc/init.d/psa stop /etc/init.d/psa start 3st: reboot (which rebooted all the vps)
My php.ini file is:
short_open_tag = On y2k_compliance = Off output_buffering = Off max_execution_time = 600 max_input_time = 600 memory_limit = 256M max_file_uploads = 99999 max_input_vars = 2000
However, when I'm trying to import a 31mb sql file, I always get that error, and only some of my tables are being imported:
#1153 - Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes
Is it normal practice to have shared filespace that multiple web servers can access? Then I just provide my developers access to that filespace (one server, instead of multiple users on multiple servers) to manage files for different sites easily... right? (also meaning multiple servers can serve the same content)
So.. what would be the best way to do this? We're talking Linux systems here by the way. What sort of specs would such a server need?
I *think* it's NAS that I'm trying to get at.. unsure though if that's correct or not!
Does any reliable hosting company that offers hundreds of gigs space allow "personal backups", ie. non-web content? I've been looking at ToS of some big names but most if not all don't allow this.
It would be only 1-2 gigs, so I might get away with it anyway on most hosts, but would like to avoid problems in the future. Dreamhost offers both SVN and rsync, which I'd like a lot, but they clearly forbid such use.
And, I do have an external hard drive and very important files are also on DVD and memory stick, but since I need to purchase webhosting I'm looking at this extra option too.
if there's an OS where that is possible?...i'm probably in the wrong section at this point, but i was thinking about using Remote Desktop to accomplish this...something like a Virtual Private Network... but i don't have XP pro or any other system that could act like a server...
my goal is to allow staff working off site to easily access files through windows programs like ms word or ms excel to save, edit, etc -- files would be located on the web server or on a network computer on site (not necessarily a network server)
I want to set up my desktop to be kind of a database. So I can access all my files on my home desktop, from school. (and be able to back up all my files on my reliable desktop as opposed to my not so reliable lappy)
Then the next thing I wanted to do is to be able to access my desktop using remote access. So I can control everything on my desktop, while I'm not there.
My laptop is running Vista Home Premium, I dont think that matters too much. But my desktop is running XP Home Edition.
I have a no-ip account. but I dont really know what my next step would be, I'm guessing to make a sort of FTP on my desktop? and I have NO clue how I'd do the remote desktop.
I have a linux dedicated server and use BMU (BackMeUp) for create cpanel full backup. But this cant create remote backup for me. BMU use "ncftp" for this. and i see following error about this problem:
Time: Fri May 16 03:38:17 2008
The following list of files have FAILED the md5sum comparision test. This means that the file has been changed in some way. This could be a result of an OS update or application upgrade. If the change is unexpected it should be investigated:
/usr/local/bin/ncftp: FAILED So, im install "ncftp" manually, but issue not resolved and i havent remote ftp backup too!