I'm running a 4.1.1 Wordpress without plugins and while trying to upload an image (2mb in this exemplary case) I get:
when I retry it returns
has failed to upload due to an error File is empty. Please upload something more substantial. This error could also be caused by uploads being disabled in your php.ini or by post_max_size being defined as smaller than upload_max_filesize in php.ini. '
I have googled (of course) and checked my
php.ini settings using
phpinfo inside the
file_uploads on memory_limit 128M upload_max_file_size 25M post_max_size 25M
The permissions on
/wp-content as well as
/wp-content/uploads are in order.
tmp directory is writable and the disk is not full.
I have walked through these 2 questions arlready:
- WordPress File Upload always give PHP.ini error (Updated)
- Error “file is empty” when uploading images in WordPress
Not going to mention all Wordpress forum posts and not running on bluehost or anything like that. Running on my own iron box (Debian)