I’m running nextcloud in a docker setup. The image i use is
nextcloud:apache. I’m getting
413 Request Entity Too Large errors. So the fix should be to increase the body size of apache. And this is where my trouble begins:
I do have no idea, where to configure this as the apache.conf (or any othere apache relevant config file) seems to be exposed/persisted
I have the following mount in my container:
Any idea how to set this option without the need to completely rebuild the image myself?
APACHE_BODY_LIMIT environment configuration variable in the Docker image README. There’s no need to replace the Apache configuration file(s).
As an aside, what is the use case you’re running into this situation in? I ask because while there are some situations where it could still be necessary (e.g. anonymous/public file drops >1GiB) due to a lack of client chunking support, the majority of situations/client operations support (and use) chunking by default.
My usecase was a rclone sync, which is basically a WebDAV transfer.
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