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I'm trying to upload a file.csv into Mysql and i'm encountering the following problem:
When i first tried it stated that the file was too large and i needed to change the max upload size in the php.ini file.. I did that changed it to 10MB and restarted Apache but now
while using phpMyadmin i only see (Max: 8,192KiB) ..  

The file i'm trying to upload is alittle over 9MB.

any advice would be appreciated..
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Question by:Eaddy Barnes
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Where is that 8,192 seen ? I understand the upload is still not possible ?
Did you try changing php.ini to more than 10mb ?
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Yes, if you have access to php.ini then why dont you try to change the max upload size to more than 10MB (20MB or 30MB maybe) and let know if the problem still occur...
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If you adjust to 20MB then you will see (Max: 16,384 KiB) on phpMyadmin.
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by:Eaddy Barnes
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Guys, i changed it to 30MB actually, and still see the (Max: 8,192KiB) i see this in phpmyadmin on the page that comes up when u click import.
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