[RDD] Max size of importing audio

Alessio Elmi alessio_elmi at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 13 18:33:39 EDT 2015


Hi Geoff,
I think you're right! I have 300 seconds as Timeout value...
Doin' more tests.

Il giorno lun 13 lug 2015 alle ore 23:14 Geoff Barkman <
countryradio at gmail.com> ha scritto:

> Hi Alessio
> I don't usually import audio longer than an hour, but had similar
> Audio Conversion errors.
>
> I think I solved this problem with increasing the Apache Time Out
> length in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf file. Ubuntu .... not sure where
> other linuxes store it.
> Look for the line "Timeout 300" and change it to "Timeout 3000"
>
> 1.2 gig for 2 hour audio files, sounds like a pcm wave file. I think
> there is a limit of 4 gig on one of those files... my head hurts
> trying to work out how long that is.
> Many thanks
> Geoff Barkman
>
> On 7/14/15, Alessio Elmi <alessio_elmi at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I was noticing that importing very big audio files leads sometimes to
> > "Audio conversion error". We're talking of file of about 2 hours in plain
> > wave format (a bit more that 1.2 GB).
> >
> > I suspect the reason is because the /tmp (or the ram?) is getting full or
> > something like that. However on the / there are more than 25GB available
> so
> > I cannot figure out where it gets stuck.
> >
> > Splitting that in two solves the problem but I'd like to understand it
> > better for the future. Given available resource, what's the largest file
> I
> > can import?
> >
> > Thank you
> >
> > Alessio
> >
>
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