I am running Linux CentOS 5.8 and I have my web pages using WordPress 4.0.
I am trying to uplad jpg photos to server via WordPress, but it randomly fails. I uploaded few photos, and then I get errors like:
“4.JPG” has failed to upload due to an error The uploaded file was only partially uploaded.
Then I try again and again and again until it is successfuly uploaded. Very frustrating.
How can I debug this? Is there a log file? Where to look for?
I ran into the same problem and tried doing a google search and came up with so many technical suggestions that I could not begin to even start as I’m not tech savvy. I did run into an article where a blogger said she contacted her hosting server and they changed the PHP version. It may or may not work for me but I was going to try.
Only I didn’t know how to do that and I just got off with customer support and basically what he did was increase my bandwidth. I still couldn’t upload. I did tell him in the add media library page it did say max upload file size was 2MB. But it wasn’t until I refresh the page that the change kicked in and I saw my maximum upload file size was 256 MB. After that I was able to upload photos just fine!
I managed to resolve this problem with changing Apache server configuration: there is a KeepAlive flag which needs to be turned Off.
More about this flag:
Apache Optimization: KeepAlive On or Off?
I solved this, by removing libapache2-mod-php5filter:
apt-get remove libapache2-mod-php5filter
and installing libapache2-mod-php5:
apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5
I solved it by adding
<?php header ("Connection: close"); ?>
in file.php situated under wp-admin/include