I am having an upload error. What is maximum upload limit in Shared Hosting?

Linux Shared Hosting

 

In Linux Shared Hosting, we have restricted the upload size limit to 2 MB but we can raise it to 8 MB on request. If you are uploading file bigger than 2 MB, you may receive errors. In such case, you just need to update us in ticket from client area to raise the upload size limit.

 

Windows Shared Hosting


For Windows Shared Hostingupload_max_filesize is set to 8 MB.

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