Max_input_vars more than 1000 fields


#1

Today, I’ve been getting the following prompt upon accessing tables of my database. How could I go about configuring max_input_vars ?

“Warning: a form on this page has more than 1000 fields. On submission, some of the fields might be ignored, due to PHP’s max_input_vars configuration.”


#2

Getting the same message since yesterday too… Can’t be a coincidence.


#3

I’ll inform our admins, but, before, what are the websites in question? :slight_smile:


#4

cocooncorpserver.000webhostapp.com.
I’ve been having issues with my website since 8 AM EST today.


#5

testgeortesting.000webhostapp.com


#6

I only get the message if I try to edit something in one specific table (with phpmyadmin). (However I didn’t change anything to this table, and still received the message.) By this I can now only edit something in this specific table if I do it ‘inline’ so with all rows visible and not by clicking one row.


#7

Issue reported to the devs :slight_smile:


#8

Any news/explanation/solution yet?


#9

@BegEnd

have you installed phpMyAdmin on your website manually?


#10

No, always been using the service at ‘manage database’ you provide.
Didn’t have any problems for about 2 months. Now I can only update rows ‘inline’ in that one table (which I didn’t change anything to until that warning appeared), order rows in that same table isn’t possible anymore (it redirects like I would like to insert/update a new row, but without any fields for inserting data showing).


#11

What if you try to not edit them in line


#12

@BegEnd

I see this is a serious issue, can you post some screenshots of it?


#13

@cocooncorpserver hey

I can see you have installed phpMyAdmin in your site. That’s not needed and it won’t work. Use databases.000webhost.com to login to phpMyAdmin


#14

I get this first screen if I open this one table (which has 49 columns).
But if I go the last page (shows only 13 instead of 25 rows), it doesn’t show the warning.

If I want to order on a column name, or click ‘edit’ to edit a row (so not an “inline edit” - which works), I get this second screen.

I didn’t change anything before the message came up. I deleted some columns afterwards, so there were even less fields than before I had this problem, but the problem remained.


#15

Are there any field in that table that has more than 1000 character?


#16

No, max 170 characters. (Has another table in this database which has fields with over 500, but there it doesn’t show the warning.)


#17

What is you database name?


#18

id1844512_holsteinerhoeve_lvb