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The issue you are facing:
uploading files do not show any progress bar but an empty bar with a hint
Have downloaded a testfile 250 MB
from here and testet in userdir, groupfolder, and shared upload
allways the same. No progress bar, no counter of already uploaded size and still needed time to finish, nothing. I just see a blank bar and the text below doesn’t change.
After a period of time - concerning the uploaded file size - the bar and the text vanish and the uploaded file appears as newly uploaded content. So the upload itself seems to work but without the information i can see in your video i am “blind” concerning upload progress.
The “brider” upload bar till NC 27.x worked till 27.1.6 as expected.
I had several problems after update e.g. missing *.mjs support in my NGinx config, as well as little probs with the logfiles reader because of just having uBlock Origin installed. Deactivating this brought me back to game concerning opening the logfile admin page without any messages.
I hope that this problem also is caused by a java / php setting that is missing or wrong. I posted my config several times here in the last few days so the way from 27 to 28 was a (harder) step by step procedure for me
But i have just set chunk size back to 0 and voila reproduce that the progress bar is “broken”.
Set it back again to a value (i have chosen the value from the admin manual) then progress bar is working but uploading large files becomes a “waiting game”
OK, now you have me. I thought too quickly that it didn’t matter because it didn’t work for @barrystyle even without the value 0. But it’s true, if the chunk size is set to 0, the progress bar doesn’t work.
You can open an issue and i will support it with a