upload timeout err: Request timed out after 30000 seconds [Answered]RSS

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Last post Feb 17, 2021 07:41 PM by playwithtoy

  • upload timeout err: Request timed out after 30000 seconds

    Feb 16, 2021 01:32 AM|playwithtoy|LINK

    hello all -

    first off i just want to say im not great at sysadmin so asking for your patience

    im running the current version of iis

    and using a asp.net core 3.1 web app to upload files via dropzone.js

    uploading small files are fine 

    but when i want to upload larger files that take a while 

    i get the following err: "Request timed out after 30000 seconds"

    now 

    • - im assuming its meaning 30000 microseconds bc i timed it the upload fail and it was actually 30 seconds
    • - i followed this excellent post i found which i posted below and therefore i changed my program.cs as well as my web.config to reflect the posts suggestions
    • - i also checked my connection timeout in iis and its set to the default of 120s which is still greater than 30s
    • - just to be safe i also updated my web.config with this:

            <requestFiltering>
              <requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="100485760"></requestLimits>
            </requestFiltering>

    Timeouts with long running ASP.NET MVC Core Controller HTTPPost Method

    however - no love

    anyone have any suggestions?

  • Re: upload timeout err: Request timed out after 30000 seconds

    Feb 17, 2021 06:20 AM|Brucz|LINK

    Hi playwithtoy,

    Did you put timeout in the dropzone.js?

    timeout: 180000,

    This will not cause the 30 seconds timeout when uploading file with dropzone.js.

     

    You can also insert 0 as timeout to disable the timeout as dropzone.js documentation reports.

    Best regards,

    Brucz

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  • Re: upload timeout err: Request timed out after 30000 seconds

    Feb 17, 2021 07:41 PM|playwithtoy|LINK

    this is embarassing - this is indeed a dropzone issue not iis