kmorwath wrote:max_file_uploads: 2 (it was 20 when I got the error fist, I tried to reduce it)
I don't quite understand why you have reduced it, as it is the most important setting, likely related to your issue. This number needs to be high to support simultaneous upload of multiple images via HTTP on your server. Often, the limit is set to 20 (by default and/or on shared servers) ... We have our set to 100 on our flamepix.com service, to accommodate extensive image-uploading. The number you have here will limit your uploads-amount ... That is after all the entire point of this setting!
kmorwath wrote:[*]post_max_size: 8M (I'm uploading JPEG images no larger than 6M), I'll try to increase it anyway.
Probably unrelated, although both these settings should be at least as large as the largest single image you intend to upload.
kmorwath wrote:While I'm still trying to get PHP errors if any, I found many of these kind of lines in the httperror.log file:
HTTP/2 POST /photo/panel/upload.php 79 - 2 Timer_EntityBody photo
HTTP/2 POST /photo/panel/upload.php 49 - 2 Timer_ConnectionIdle photo
It's just an "open connection", made on upload, which is not closed (yet). Doesn't really say much, and it's nothing directly related.
https://serverfault.com/questions/20209 ... ectionidle
kmorwath wrote:Don't know if they could help. I'm trying to upload about 15-20 images with sizes from about 1M to 6M. Having to upload just a couple each time makes the upload process a bit cumbersome, especially now I exported albums from Canon Irista and trying to re-created them in X3.
Sure. But first of all, please try to set your max_file_uploads to a HIGH number (for example 100).
kmorwath wrote:Is there a way to upload via FTP and then import them into a "gallery"?
Yes, you can upload images directly into galleries via FTP. After upload, you would need to view the folder(s) from the X3 panel, and click "save" at least once, to make sure page-cache is refreshed.
Also, when uploading via FTP, you should make sure your images are resized appropriately for the web prior to upload. For example 1600 px or 2000 px ...
kmorwath wrote:Being a test setup, I can give you access to the panel to test it, maybe my setup was wrong, I can set a temporary password and let you access it, just I would prefer not to post it on a publicly available site.
I can diagnose further if necessary, but let's see what you make of the above first.