Maximum upload size in ASP.NET is 2Gb. Increase it.
ASP.NET 4.0 supports file uploads only up to 2Gb. For users uploading and storing videos on a server running ASP.NET this is a show stopper. Even web browsers now support uploads over 2Gb.
Just make the upload size to be unlimited...
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jan declercq commented
But you Must handle big files in chunks! otherwise it is saved in memory first.. So if the upload is unlimited, then your servers memory must be unlimited..
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Deonhe - MSFT
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Thanks Brendan! Published it here:
I hope the admin can move the voices to new place.
Brendan Enrick commented
You might get a better response to this if you put it in the correct user voice. This is Visual Studio's you might want to use ASP.NET's.
@John Nelson I need to upload 10Gb file in Chrome using PUT verb. I bet no approaches exist for that now.
John Nelson commented
FYI: Upload limits are a good thing. It's fine where it's at, and if you're having trouble with uploading files to a server that are > 2Gb, there are other approaches.
YES! Please increase volume of uploaded files up to 8GB or make it unlimited.
This requirement is dictated by modern technology and services.
It will be very useful!
I hope in ASP.NET 4.5 and IIS 8 it will be fixed at least
People! Is this really so hard to get rid of this constraint?
Yes! Must be more 2G!