It may have been increased in SSH but it also needs to be increased in the PHP configuration file (php.ini) for the changes to take effect.
Why Your Website is Still Showing "Upload_max_filesize Error" Despite Increasing It in SSH: Explained
If you manage a website that allows users to upload files, you may have come across the "upload_max_filesize" error at some point. This error occurs when a user tries to upload a file that is larger than the maximum file size allowed by the server.
5 Possible Reasons Why SSH Increase of 'Upload_max_filesize' Failed to Solve Your Error Problems
If you have faced issues with file uploads on your website, you may have attempted to increase the 'upload_max_filesize' limit via SSH. However, if that has failed to solve the problem, there could be several reasons why.
Maximizing 'Upload_max_filesize' in SSH: Troubleshooting Tips for Resolving Persistent Error Messages
The upload_max_filesize directive in SSH is used to control the maximum size of the files that can be uploaded to a server. However, sometimes even after increasing its value, we still get error messages regarding the file upload size. In this article, we will discuss some troubleshooting tips to resolve the persistent error messages that can be encountered while maximizing upload_max_filesize in SSH.