Log in or register to post comments Comment #9 quicksketch CreditAttribution: quicksketch commented April 20, 2009 at 9:59pm Category: bug » support I'm moving this to a support request until we From my Apache error log, I grabbed the following error: [Fri Jun 05 16:01:54 2009] [error] [client 172.20.*.*] File does not exist: C:/inetpub/wwwroot/sites, referer: http://****/aqua-sandbox/node/add/bestand 'file' is not recognized as an Since then, every browser gives me an error. Tried re-enabling it, and now everything's working honky-dory again. useful reference
I've tried to remove pathauto or Clean Urloption, but nothing happens. Everything is 777 in my folders. I also get the "An HTTP error 0 occurred." but only when i use opera. Otherwise I was getting this error message. this content
Log in or register to post comments Comment #67 oerpli CreditAttribution: oerpli commented August 18, 2009 at 8:05am I'm using FF3.5.2 and uploading does not work for me. Problem in Opera 10.10 and Win7. Thanks. Check PHP's memory_limit, max_upload_size, max_input_time and other limits and try increasing them to see if that resolves the problem.
I'm using ImageAPI GD2 6.x-1.6 to process. Log in or register to post comments Comment #70 blavish CreditAttribution: blavish commented August 20, 2009 at 3:41pm Not using firefox, same problem Subscribing Log in or register to post comments Log in or register to post comments Comment #66 RobLoach CreditAttribution: RobLoach commented January 15, 2010 at 6:10am Here you go, gents: #609622: Keep jQuery Form up to date . Ajax Error 0 All successful.
Because we are using lightbox-style modules (our own design) which have iframe references, I needed to set the document.domain to "treet.tv". Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch You can do this by placing: error_reporting(0); at the top of your /sites/default/settings.php This turns off all errors / warnings and is probably a good idea on a production system. This demonstrates the slow-response HTTP error 0. You might want to check if some module you have running is writing to the end of each page's output, because if so that will screw up the ahah.
I've recently migrated to a different server using the latest cutting-edge LAMP technologies and the error is still there. Just a curiosity, but does changing the rule to RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ index.php?q=$1 [L,QSA] have any effect? Like I said its very difficult to duplicate the error because I get a different result each time I try to upload an image, and every so often it will upload Not sure if it was Firebug or something else, but my image uploaded now.
How can I debug this deeper? https://www.drupal.org/node/297035 Log in or register to post comments Comment #20 gb3k CreditAttribution: gb3k commented September 26, 2008 at 8:17pm good afternoon, i am having the same problem. An Http Error 0 Occurred Upload Js We were using 6.13. Unable To Retrieve Drupal Project From Log in or register to post comments Comment #28 Blue CreditAttribution: Blue commented April 23, 2009 at 2:17pm I confirm that this not works on OPERA !!!
The specific error I get is: An HTTP error 0 occurred. /upload/js So it looks like there's an error with the Upload module or something. see here Apologies. This is very confusing ... So in this issue what I see is that the *AJAX callback* might be failing in various ways. Http Error -1002 Occurred When Trying To Fetch
Disabling it solves my problem. It has been happening to all projects that requires filefield. what i do know is everything was fine till i updated the module. this page Many thanks, Chris Log in or register to post comments Comment #47 onetwoten CreditAttribution: onetwoten commented January 29, 2009 at 1:35am I was having the same problem while uploading images to
I hope it may be helpful to developers. Is the time out caused by IIS or PHP? Sometimes shutting down Firefox completely and restarting seems to get it to work again but I don't know if this is just coincidence.
An HTTP error 0 occurred. /filefield/ahah/... If I'm using a slow data rate the upload times out resulting in the Error 0. Please check to see whether this issue can be marked fixed. Get More Info For my Drupal site, I have enabled ImageCache module, when I upload an image with 2M, system will need around 128MB to scale the image to what I need.
Log in or register to post comments Comment #85 dylanclear CreditAttribution: dylanclear commented October 25, 2009 at 3:22pm I had this error whenever uploading images larger than 1 MB to a This fixed it. Log in or register to post comments Comment #88 bredi CreditAttribution: bredi commented November 8, 2009 at 7:31pm I had issues with my /tmp folder having too many half uploaded files. How to book a flight if my passport doesn't state my gender?
Unchecked "Display page timer" in /admin/settings/devel (the other "Display"-options were already unchecked in our case) and upload works fine again not showing the "An HTTP error 0 occurred" "/upload/js" error message. Using Mac OS X, just upgraded to Drupal 6.12 from 6.11.
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