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Crashlogs silently refuses to add a (very big) log
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The crashlogs site of OS4Depot.net silently refused to add my crashlog today.

I didn't get an error message or anything, it simply didn't upload it.
Why, i can only speculate, i guess it was too big.
Other sites refused to accept it beforehand aswell (pastebin, github comment, etc.)

The file is a snoopy log and is roughly 620KB.

I don't have a problem with it rejecting it because of it's size or line number, but it would be nice to get feedback from the site, otherwise other people could end up uploading blank entries as well.

Oh, and yes, that entry is worthless and should be deleted.

Thank you

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Re: Crashlogs silently refuses to add a (very big) log
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Send it to me via email and I'll see what I can do.

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Re: Crashlogs silently refuses to add a (very big) log
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Fixed.

It submitted properly and got stored in the database. However when displaying it on the web page the htmlentities PHP command could not convert it and returned an empty string due to it containing some character it didn't understand. I'm now converting it to UTF-8 before processing it with htmlentities and it displays correctly.

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Re: Crashlogs silently refuses to add a (very big) log
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@orgin

Awesome, thanks a lot

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