Chad Scott 110000E1UB Visits (4738)
Earlier this week, I needed to upload some files to a community for a test. As I was uploading them, I noticed that some repeatedly failed. Not having the time to investigate that issue, I put it aside until it came around again today when a colleague indicated she was working on an issue with HTTP 413 failures when uploading files greater than 1 MB. Returning to my prior tests and digging a little deeper this time, that was exactly what I was seeing, too.
After poking around a bit, we found that both environments have NGINX configured as a proxy for use with Customizer. (Editorial: Customizer is awesome, and you should definitely check it out!) So why is that important?
NGINX has a configuration parameter named clie
What makes this particularly tough to diagnose is that the request never makes it past NGINX, so you won't even see it hit IHS. Fortunately, the fix is quite simple: just add the clie
Setting it to zero disables checking the request body size, which is a good option for Connections, since it allows all of the size limits to be handled by the various app configurations. As a bonus, I've included my log format string, which I find much more helpful than the out-of-the-box configuration.