413 Request Entity Too Large

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NgoziStephen
NgoziStephen Member Posts: 2
edited June 12 in Developer APIs

I am uploading files to cloudinary with this code in laravel

````public function upload(Request $request)
{
$folder = 'product_photo';

    if ($request->hasFile('photo')) {
$file = $request->file('photo');
request()->validate([
'photo' => 'nullable|image|mimes:jpeg,png,jpg,gif,svg|max:6048',

]);

$cloudinaryResponse = Cloudinary::upload($file->getRealPath(), [
'folder' => $folder,
]);

$secureUrl = $cloudinaryResponse->getSecurePath();
return response()->json(['secure_url' => $secureUrl], 200);
} else {
return response()->json(['error' => 'No file uploaded'], 400);
}
}

the problem is that it works on local but on production it shows this error message

<html><head>
<title>413 Request Entity Too Large</title>
</head><body>
<center>
<h1>413 Request Entity Too Large</h1>
</center>
<hr>
<center>nginx/1.24.0</center>
</body></html>

my laravel application is hosted on railway. Please how can i solve this problem

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  • Stephen
    Stephen Member, Cloudinary Staff Posts: 25
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    Hi,

    If you're trying to send more than 100 MB to Cloudinary's API in a single HTTP request, you need to use a chunked upload, by using the "upload_large" method in one of our SDKs, or implementing a chunking mechanism in your own code if you're uploading manually: https://cloudinary.com/documentation/upload_images#chunked_asset_upload

    If that doesn't explain what you're seeing, please open a ticket with our support team with details of the HTTP request that's being made by your application which receives that error from Cloudinary's servers

    Regards,
    Stephen