I recently installed plupload with nodegallery. plupload goes through the process of uploading the file(s) but returns an error, 0 of x files uploaded, with http error (yellow triangle).
However, it does successfully upload the file to the sites/default/files directory.
Not sure what I'm doing wrong, is it looking in the wrong directory?

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Do you have your tmp folder correctly configured? Is webserver able to write in it?

Do you have your tmp folder correctly configured? Is webserver able to write in it?

Do you have your tmp folder correctly configured? Is webserver able to write in it?

hi, this is a hosted environment (greengeeks).
I have created a /tmp directory at the top level (public_html) and I have edited my php.ini file so that this points to this directory. I checked phpinfo and it shows the correct value for that directory. I created an upload.php file and uploaded that to the same level (public_html).

so php.ini and upload.php are at level public_html
tmp directory is public_html/tmp (775)
website is at public_html/website

plupload files installed to:
public_html/website/sites/all/libraries/plupload

So far, still the same problem. I have been looking everywhere for simple instructions on this and have not found it... the drupal instructions are minimalist and make it seem as if you just install the file and it works automatically. If there is a step-by-step instruction page that covers this, point me there please :)

I did a complete rebuild with drupal and the new site works fine with plupload. The problem lay with other multiple-upload modules and with File Field Alias module which crashed plupload. I advise using no other image modules when using plupload and do NOT use File Field Alias.

Status:Active» Closed (fixed)

Ql. Thanks for reporting this.

BTW.. It is not enough to configure temporary folder in php.ini. Drupal has it's own setting.