You can try setting the chunk size in the web.config, but generally this issue could be resolved only with the files provider.Most probably the SQL times out. The content items uploaded by Images and Documents module are stored to the database. You could try to increase the values of SQL SERVER memory - Minimum server memory and Maximum Server Memory.You can also increase the value of minimum memory per query ( 1024 KB should be enough).There is a leak of memory
when you upload a large files because we create a stage binary content object which takes your SQL server memory. The server cannot handle the memory peak during the upload and this is why we introduced the Files provider
and Streaming API
. Uploading large files is not suitable for Nolics provider that works with the database.
You could try the following options
Option one: Enable the streaming for Nolics provider and then try to upload a file.
This will set your website to upload files on chunk of maximum 20 MB.
If you want you can decrease the value of
If the option one does not help ( I hope that option 1 will resolve your issue) you should use the Files provider
. You might also find this post useful - Switching from database to filesysystem for files.
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