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Hi guys,

I have a script that uploads an image and resizes it. It works absolutely fine on my desktop where I test our website. I use Apache. When I try to run this script from our server which has IIS 6.0 it works fine too unless I try to upload picture larger than 1070x1060. For example pictures with these dimensions won't upload: 1071x1061, 1071x1060, 1070x1061. Anything above that won't upload either. I know for sure that it's not a size of a file that matters. I tested 1070x1060 images that were 500KB and 5MB. Both worked. But once I change either dimension by one pixel , it won't work (even if the size of a file is 100KB). Anyone got any idea what the problem can be here?

Thanks.
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my quess is there is not enough memory allocated to resize the image .... try setting a bigger value for memory_limit in php.ini
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That fixed it. Thanks a lot. I knew it had something to do with php.ini. Last time I was having problems with uploading I had to change max_upload_size in php.ini :)
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