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Are you using Safari as your browser? (the form of the error message seems to imply so)

I'd say to try with another browser. Say, lynx from the command line, or IE, or somesuch.

It could be (warning: WAG) that Safari is starting its timeout timer before having sent the whole file, and that more than 60 secs are needed to transfer that big a file.

Try with another browser, to get a different timeout detection, or from a machine on the same LAN as the server, to get a faster transfer.

WAG: Wild Assed Guess...

        dakkar - Mobilis in mobile

In reply to Re: Re: large file uploads - timeout by dakkar
in thread large file uploads - timeout by emilford

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