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Is there any way of setting the attachment sizes higher than 261,120KB? I have set a quota limit to 99999999MB in the attachment limit area for one of the groups and it fails to allow me to go higher than 261,120KB. Is this a restriction of MySQL or is this something else I am missing?
[originally posted on jforum.net by confused2gether]
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99999999MB it's not too big? 1024M it's 1GB of data, imagine 99999999

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Rafael Steil wrote:99999999MB it's not too big? 1024M it's 1GB of data, imagine 99999999

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Yeah I know that but that wasnt my question though.

I think the problem worked itself out though because when I got in today, I was putting together a screenshot for you to look at what I am talking about and instead of it saying that the attachment size on a new topic couldnt exceed 261,120 KB, it now says:

Limit of files to attach: 99

(see the attached picture of what I am talking about)

I am sure that is because of how large that number is in my quota limit which is why it just says 99 and not the 99999999MB.

I have just tested it out and it seemed to work now. Hopefully in jForum 3, it will be easier to specify a no limit to quotas rather than having to do 99999999MB.
[originally posted on jforum.net by confused2gether]
 
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