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Having issues getting thumbnails generated for images in the photo gallery

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Ocportal 8.1 - need some help on getting thumbnails generated

I am new to OCPortal. Am very impressed with the functionalities provided by the portal. I am trying to upload standard photos ( 1.2M to 1.8M ) pictures into the gallery, I get the following message

" sorry, the image is too large in terms of height and width for us to generate the thumbnail on the server. We can handle an image of size 2016x2016 pixels"

Question: I have used other content management system on the same server and was able to upload much larger pictures and now with OCportal I am getting this error. Is this a setting I can change  to allow it to generate thumbnails?
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Hi,

You can try going to Admin Zone > Tools > OcCLE, and typing something like this:

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:set_value('real_memory_available_mb','100');

This will trick ocPortal into thinking it has more memory to work with than it has, effectively disabling the "safety" it leaves around when it calculates maximum tolerable image sizes.


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