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DBD::mysql::db do failed: MySQL server has gone away at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/i386-freebsd/ Slash/DB/Utility.pm line 595.[Mon Mar 10 07:03:31 2003] [error] /fileadmin.pl:Slash::DB::Utility:/usr/local/lib/pe rl5/site_perl/5.6.1/i386-freebsd/Slash/DB/Utility. pm:585'
[Mon Mar 10 07:03:31 2003] [error] Which was called by:Slash::Blob:/usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6. 1/Slash/Blob.pm:87:INSERT INTO blobs (data,id,content_type,seclev) VALUES('
Basically, I was trying to add a PDF to a story. The PDF is 1.3 megs. I changed my Apache Server to allow for this, and the Fileadmin.pl adds a record for story_files, but errors out on inserting into the blob table....
The PDF is about 1.2 Megs. I removed the LimitRequestBody command in slash.conf. I was getting errors about the size before, but that got rid of it. I don't see anything else in the apache conf that would seem to limit anything.
Mon Mar 10 11:25:11 2003 [freshenup.pl] updated software:03/01/21/078239 (Plugin For Finale)Filehandle $cchp_fh opened only for output at /usr/local/slash/site/www.jazz-sax.com/tasks/fresh enup.pl line 217. Mon Mar 10 11:25:11 2003 [freshenup.pl] Commentcount/hitparade data was not retrieved, reason unknown (cchp: '')
If memory serves me, we dealt with that months ago, it was some sort of
Ok, now, just need to figure out why it wouldn't take a big file....
Oh, and what about that Slashd log message that is happening? Where stories aren't getting updated?
Thanks! Great work!
On my site, most all the users have a 1 seclev. Would moving Anonymous Coward to 0 mess things up on a slash site? Or maybe I should move all the users to seclev 2?
Two problems I see with the Blob thing right now. One, it's not keeping track of how many times it has been "hit" or viewed. Or atleast I don't see it anywhere. And two, I can't get any big files to get loaded in via the fileadmin.pl interface, nor through the blobLoader interface. The latter spews out junk about about 3 seconds, and the web interface fails and gives errors like I said in previous posts. I'm not sure exactly the size it dies it, but it's around 1 meg.
And when it stores something successfully, it will list the file as part of the story. Problem is that there seems to be issues with anything around about 1 meg or more....
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