Cannot view files over 250 bytes
I am running Fedora Core 7, Apache 2.2, MySQL 5.0, & PHP 5.2.2.
For some reason - when trying to view files through a browser (IE 7 on Windows or FireFox 2 on Fedora) it appears that any file over 250 Bytes will not display. The files are located in the /var/www/html directory and have the correct permissions. I have created several .GIF images it all different size ranges and have come to conclude that the image will not display if it is over 250 Bytes. If the image is over 250 Bytes, you will only see the red "x".
I do not have an example fo this that can be viewed publically so if you want to see what I am talking about you will have to recreate it yourself but I was hoping that someone would be able to shed a little light on this for me.
I have looked into the httpd.conf file to see if it would have anything to do with this. I have found that the "LimitRequestBody" Directive in the httpd.conf file is set by default to 0 which means unlimited. I have tried setting this to a certain limit and that did not work.
Last edited by finaidques; 10-08-2007 at 05:28 PM.