How to Change the Upload Capacity for OSDownloads Files

Documentation for Joomla 3

When you attempt to create a file in the OSDownloads Joomla 3 extension, you will notice the Maximum upload size limit:

maximun upload size limit in osdownloads

This limit is defined in your server's php.ini file, in the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size directives, to be precise:

upload max filesize parameter in php ini file

Here is how you can check the values for both of these directives.

  • In your Joomla control panel, go to System > System Information:

go to system system information

  • You will be taken to the System Information screen. Click the PHP Information tab:

click the php information tab

  • Scroll down to the Core section and locate one by one the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size:

locate the upload max filesize

  • To change the Maximum upload size capacity for your OSDownloads files as required, contact your hosting provider. Ask them to change the value for the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size in your server's php.ini file.

Documentation for Joomla 4

When you attempt to create a file in OSDownloads Joomla 4 extension, you will notice the Maximum upload size limit:

maximun upload size limit in osdownloads

This limit is defined in your server's php.ini file, in the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size directives, to be precise:

upload max filesize parameter in php ini file

Here is how you can check the values for both of these directives.

  • In your Joomla 4 System Dashboard, go to "System" > "Information" > "System Information":

go to system > system information

  • You will be taken to the "System Information" screen, as shown on the next image. Click the "PHP Information" tab:

click the php information tab

  • Scroll down to the Core section and locate one by one the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size:

locate the upload max filesize directive

  • To change the Maximum upload size capacity for your OSDownloads files as required, contact your hosting provider. Ask them to change the value for the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size in your server's php.ini file.