Hi, as the title says: Is there any way I can increase the file upload limit directly in my Caddyfile?
Which Upload do you mean?
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I mean normal file upload via internet, on an HTML/PHP page.
I don’t believe Caddy has a default “upload limit”. It probably depends on the app you’re proxying. However, I did find this in Caddy’s documentation: request_body (Caddyfile directive) — Caddy Documentation. This allows you to set a limit to a request body, but as I said, I don’t think Caddy has a default upload limit and there’s probably something you need to configure in your app.
Caddy doesn’t have upload handler built-in, thus such limit doesn’t exist. PHP does have a configurable limit, which is probably what’s affecting you.
Well as the other answer already suggest there is no default upload module in caddy.
I have developed a GitHub - git001/caddyv2-upload: This repo holds a simple caddyserver v2 upload handler module but as you can see in the other answers there are several upload possibilities with PHP/nodejs/Java .
What do you plan to do?
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