i can't upload media to wordpress


#1

i cant upload image files to my media option of my wordpress…not even via browser upload…
The error message is: “ABCD” has failed to upload.
The uploaded file could not be moved to wp-content/uploads/2018/12.
i’m attaching an image with this thread…
please help…
thanks in advance!!


#2

I’d like to check this, but I don’t know where to look. On which website do you experience this problem?


#3

@Admin said:
I’d like to check this, but I don’t know where to look. On which website do you experience this problem?

ohhh…it’s
blazeclicks.is-great.net
if you want more information please inform…& please remember im noob at this


#4

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#5

I suspect the uploads fail because you have hit the inode limit. The statistics do not show that the limit has been hit yet, but the counters displayed in the control panel are not updated right away.

If you have hit the inode limit, that would explain why new uploads fail.


#6

@Admin said:
I suspect the uploads fail because you have hit the inode limit. The statistics do not show that the limit has been hit yet, but the counters displayed in the control panel are not updated right away.

If you have hit the inode limit, that would explain why new uploads fail.

Is there any way to decrease the rate?..when i search the internet i found some aolutions with terminals or something


#7

What does the INODE limit mean?


#8

@Tamzid said:

@Admin said:
I suspect the uploads fail because you have hit the inode limit. The statistics do not show that the limit has been hit yet, but the counters displayed in the control panel are not updated right away.

If you have hit the inode limit, that would explain why new uploads fail.

Is there any way to decrease the rate?..when i search the internet i found some aolutions with terminals or something

There is no “rate”. Inodes are the number of files and directories in your account. You need to remove files and directories from your to reduce your inode usage.

If you need to upload huge image galleries, please consider using a specialized image hosting service for that instead.


#9

@Admin said:

@Tamzid said:

@Admin said:
I suspect the uploads fail because you have hit the inode limit. The statistics do not show that the limit has been hit yet, but the counters displayed in the control panel are not updated right away.

If you have hit the inode limit, that would explain why new uploads fail.

Is there any way to decrease the rate?..when i search the internet i found some aolutions with terminals or something

There is no “rate”. Inodes are the number of files and directories in your account. You need to remove files and directories from your to reduce your inode usage.

If you need to upload huge image galleries, please consider using a specialized image hosting service for that instead.

but today my inode level is showing “Inodes Used 0 % (6 of 30019)”