Last modified: 2014-08-19 17:23:05 UTC
When I upload progressive JPEG, the Image page for this file is not showing up -
Firefox just doesn't seem to follow link and IE throws "cannot find server"
error (for whatever reason).
However, if I save the same image in non-progressive JPEG, it is displayed
Progressive JPEG: http://arcanologia.ru/wiki/Image:Gomfirst.jpg ;
Non-progressive: http://arcanologia.ru/wiki/Image:Gom1.jpg ;
Apparently the progressive/non-progressive isn't the cause here.
Here's what I'm seeing in log file:
[Thu Nov 3 00:20:10 2005] [error] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of
8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1312 bytes) in
/home/u29958/arcanologia.ru/www/includes/Image.php on line 1073
Now the question is - what for does it need 8M to display an image?! Does
reading it's parameters eat so much memory?
Resolving as INVALID, a php memory configuration problem and not a MediaWiki issue.
*** Bug 69377 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***