Keywords: LAMP/MAMP/WAMP - AWS - Technical issue - Otherbnsupport ID: 9d426b01-df49-e330-04c7-10daf0adf6b6Description: I have an application running on an AWS server, but I have problems uploading files too big.I've already changed the php.ini settings, (max_file_size,upload_max_filesize,post_max_size) but I still get the message: Request TimeoutServer timeout waiting for the HTTP request from the client.
The issue seems due to PageSpeed. Can you try flushing the cache:
If that doesn't work, can you try if disabling it works:
Thank you for your feedback, but unfortunately no worked.
My problem was solved by adding the following line to httpd.conf.
RequestReadTimeout header = 20-40, MinRate = 500 body = 20, MinRate = 500
Could you tell me why I had to manually set these values? Shouldn't it be automatic?
We have fixed it in a later release. If you launch the latest version it will be configured by default.
How can I update my server bitnami?
The easiest way is to launch the latest Bitnami LAMP, just look for it in the AWS Marketplace. But you also need to backup your existing LAMP data and migrate it to your new instance. The following guide will show you how this can be done:
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