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mantisbt:plugins:emailreporting [2018/06/05 18:00]
SL-Gundam [MantisBT Configuration options]
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SL-Gundam [MantisBT Configuration options]
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 As for the MantisBT $g_max_file_size. That one is very important if you've setup EmailReporting to save attachments in the database instead of on the disk. MySQL/​MariaDB for example also have limits on the amount of data that is allowed in one insert statement which could generate an error (see max_allowed_packet above). If max_allowed_packet is set too low, this could result in the error [[https://​dev.mysql.com/​doc/​refman/​8.0/​en/​gone-away.html|"​MySQL server has gone away"​]]. As for the MantisBT $g_max_file_size. That one is very important if you've setup EmailReporting to save attachments in the database instead of on the disk. MySQL/​MariaDB for example also have limits on the amount of data that is allowed in one insert statement which could generate an error (see max_allowed_packet above). If max_allowed_packet is set too low, this could result in the error [[https://​dev.mysql.com/​doc/​refman/​8.0/​en/​gone-away.html|"​MySQL server has gone away"​]].
  
-Make sure you set $g_max_file_size to a slightly lower value then your server setup supports (alternatively increase the other mentioned values to be higher then $g_max_file_size). If you need to handle big attachments,​ make sure MantisBT stores them on the disk, not in the database.+Make sure you set $g_max_file_size to a slightly lower value then your server setup supports (alternatively increase the other mentioned values to be higher then $g_max_file_size ​and adjust any not mentioned requirements for your setup to handle the increased size). If you need to handle big attachments,​ make sure MantisBT stores them on the disk, not in the database.
  
 === "​From"​ address for MantisBT Notification emails === === "​From"​ address for MantisBT Notification emails ===
mantisbt/plugins/emailreporting.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/05 18:06 by SL-Gundam