MySQL server has gone away

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ddtech
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MySQL server has gone away

Post by ddtech » Tue Mar 10, 2009 4:40 am

Sorry bout the earlier post, didnt know theres astandard template

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Please describe your problem. When i tried to post images using the multiple Image

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Re: MySQL server has gone away

Post by ric323 » Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:38 am

ddtech wrote:When i tried to post images using the multiple [img] tags, especially flickr, it gives me these errors. Its ok if i post only text / youtube
I would be asking your web host why this is happening. phpBB is just reporting what happened.
Some times the error said : It was not possible to determine the dimensions of the image.
That means your web host has disabled the functions required to test image sizes.
Go into your ACP, "Post settings", and set "Maximum image width per post:" and "Maximum image height per post:" both to zero to disable this check.
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Re: MySQL server has gone away

Post by ddtech » Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:52 am

That means your web host has disabled the functions required to test image sizes.
Go into your ACP, "Post settings", and set "Maximum image width per post:" and "Maximum image height per post:" both to zero to disable this check.
Thanks ric323

Tried this step.. so far so good... and the post was fast

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