Note: After 2020 and above this documentation below is obsolete. For earlier version you was able to update upload size of CyberPanel file manager using this guide. However CyberPanel file manager now have default limit of 2GB.
If you want to update upload size at WordPress (or your application). Find the PHP version of that site and update its upload_max_filesize and post_max_size.
v1.7.0 and above
v1.7.0 and above default upload limit is 200MB, regardless of upload limit of your Global PHP. To increase this limit go to:
Then scroll down and click vhost Conf
Then change the upload limit by editing following two parameters:
php_value upload_max_filesize “200M”
php_value post_max_size “250M”
post_max_size should be greater than or equal to upload_max_filesize.
After 1.6, filemanager uses your website PHP to upload data. To change upload limit you need to change two parameters of your PHP.
Make sure post_max_size is greater than upload_max_filesize. Read this guide on how to change your PHP settings.
You need to change these settings for the PHP version your website is using. You can also change your PHP version through
Updated this wiki to reflect the updated information.
i have already change the vhost conf
php_admin_value open_basedir "/tmp:$VH_ROOT"
php_admin_value upload_max_filesize "20M"
php_admin_value post_max_size "80M"
why it not change ? default still 2MB
i want to change by user not via admin panel
Is it 2MB or 200MB for you?
i need to change it to 20MB upload
For Filemanager or in PhpMyadmin?
For rest of the server side, you will need to change upload_max_filesize in php. Login to cyberpanel, under PHP you will see option edit php config, select php 7.3 and change the value of upload_max_filesize and post_max_size
well if you can give me both
Just change the things mentioned in my above post and it should be fine. Please check and confirm if it solves your issue.
sorry for late reply, i was not at home
i mean to change per user , website/domain ?
The limits are set universally. If you need to set at user level, then you can use php.ini file.
sry to bump
is that no problem to create php.ini ?
whichone is server will read ? the vhost config or php ini ?
vhost for openlitespeed
Litespeed enterprise will read everything without issue.
so it will be useless to put php.ini manually (for OLS user ? _
Try it and restart server, i think it doesnt read but haven’t tried myself.
yeah i just deploy new cyberpanel… nice color on new installer lol
i will test it asap
did you able to upload I want to upload a 7GB file, how can I do this to the file manager?
can not be uploaded, Error message: wp840.sql 6,663.19 MB help anyone…
Login to cyberpanel and on left Menu bar panel, you will find option named PHP. Under that, click on edit PHP configuration and then select PHP version 7.3
Then change the values of upload_max_filesize and post_max_size to your required size. Then click on restart PHP button there.
i just use wget oldserver
then i dum the sql via CLI
I am using cyberpanel 2.3.2 ubuntu 20.04. How to change the upload limit in the file manager?
Files smaller than ~600MB are loaded normally. Files larger than ~600MB give an error in the file manager, but in the /tmp/lscpd/swap/ folder, you can see that the files are loaded completely up to 1.5GB (when installing cyberpanel, the /tmp 1.5GB partition is created).
In the log /home/cyberpanel/error-logs.txt there are messages “Request body exceeded settings.DATA_UPLOAD_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE.”
cat /usr/local/CyberCP/CyberCP/settings.py | grep DATA_UPLOAD_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE
DATA_UPLOAD_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE = 52428800 (This value has no effect)