No matching uploads were found! error. Still not working.

16 posts by 3 authors in: Forums > CMS Builder
Last Post: July 24, 2014   (RSS)

By Dave - July 23, 2014

Can you upload 100mb files right now? 

Dave Edis - Senior Developer

By esupport - July 23, 2014 - edited: July 24, 2014


No messages on the popup "Upload Details" panel.

The one thing that confused me about it was no problem for larger files.

There was many over 100MB files on the site.  even 200MB.


If the issues can not be solved.  for solving the problem.

Can I upload larger file via FTP. 

Than connect and display the file info on cmsAdmin panel?


-Jax H.

By Dave - July 23, 2014

Hi jh, 

If you could upload large files before, you should be able to set it up so you can again.

In the support ticket history I noticed Damon said on July 16th that it was using this php.ini: /opt/php53/lib/php.ini and now it's using a php.ini in the root of your website.  the /php53/ part makes it seem like that was php 5.3 but now you're running 5.2.17.  

Maybe some php settings have been getting changed?  Or maybe the version? If you can put it back to 5.3 or a newer version you could try that and see what settings show up.

Hope that helps!

Dave Edis - Senior Developer

By esupport - July 24, 2014 - edited: July 24, 2014

Hi Dave

I just got our hosting company "HostGator" reply.

They said they do not have a limit on the size of files.

The php.ini settings on 5.2.17 just because we tried different PHP version for testing the cmsAdmin upload issue.

The PHP version was 5.3.

File download for testing :


Hope this help.

-Jax H.

By Dave - July 24, 2014

Thanks jh,

There's definitely limits and they are the ones displayed, it sometimes take a bit to get a support tech who understands the issue.

In any case, I updated these settings in the php.ini in your website root:

  • max_input_time = 600
  • memory_limit = 512M
  • post_max_size = 512M
  • upload_max_filesize = 512M

And the limits now show higher numbers and uploading 120meg files through the CMS works.  See the new test section I created here: /cmsAdmin/admin.php?menu=test_uploads

Hope that helps!

Dave Edis - Senior Developer

By esupport - July 24, 2014

AWESOME!   Dave.

Thank you, 

-Jax H.