Your file upload limit is the amount of physical memory Monsta FTP is allowed to use for file uploads and downloads. Provided your web host allows it, this article explains 3 methods to increase the limit.
NOTE: If you are making a considerable increase, consider also increasing the number of seconds PHP may run a script for, to prevent time outs. Here's how.
NOTE: If you're running a Windows server you'll need to follow this tutorial.
Open the file /mftp/settings/config.php and change the following variable to the number of M (Megabytes) to increase the limit to.
$configMaxFileSize = "1024M";
You, or your server administrator, need to adjust the variable memory_limit in your server's PHP.INI file.
Some examples of what you can change it to include:
memory_limit = 256M
memory_limit = 1024M
After changing PHP.INI you may need to restart your web server.
Note: you may also need to change your post_max_size value which is normally set to 8MB.
Create a .htaccess file inside your Monsta FTP install folder and add the following setting 1024M to your preferred number of megabytes.
Note: you may also need to add a setting for post_max_size which is normally set to 8MB.
Open your proxy.conf file and add or change the line:
If you receive a 413 Request Entity Too Large error please check this document for instructions on resolving.