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Unable to upload photos — “You have reached the upload limit, delete some pictures if you want to u

  • Avatar of rizingsun
    rizingsun
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    @rizingsun

    Greetings. I am the admin of a test BP site (using WP 3.4.2 and BP 1.6.1). I’m having difficulty with the latest BP Album plugin.

    Whenever I try to upload a photo (as admin or test-user) I keep getting the error “You have reached the upload limit, delete some pictures if you want to upload more”.

    Even with test-users who haven’t uploaded any photos, I’m getting the same error.

    Does anyone know how I can fix this? I tried altering the settings on the settings page (BP Album – 0.1.8.11 – [Single Site Mode]) but I keep getting the same error. I’d like to limit album uploads to 5 per person with unlimited resolution for those pics.

    Is this is problem with BP Album or my host? If it’s a problem with my host, how do I rectify this (code)? I’m using Cloudflare, but I don’t that really matters (does it?). Would any other plugin affect BP Album?

    Any assistance would be appreciated.

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  • Avatar of Toby Cryns (@themightymo)
    Toby Cryns
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    @themightymo

    Have you reached the disk space limit that your host allows?

    Avatar of rizingsun
    rizingsun
    Participant

    @rizingsun

    @themightymo Toby Cryns

    No, not even close.

    Avatar of voopress
    voopress
    Participant

    @voopress

    Did you resolve this problem and not update this?

    Avatar of rizingsun
    rizingsun
    Participant

    @rizingsun

    @ voopress,

    No, the problem still persists.

    Avatar of Toby Cryns (@themightymo)
    Toby Cryns
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    @themightymo

    This is a long shot, but you might try changing the folder permissions of the upload folder to “777″ temporarily to test if there is a file write issue.

    Avatar of foxly
    foxly
    Participant

    @foxly

    On BP-Album’s config screen, don’t put “0″ as the max_whatever_value for a given upload category.

    If, after changing these values to something other than zero, you still can’t upload, then there is something wrong with your server or base WordPress installation.

    ^F^

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