In this tutorial, you will learn how to increase the upload limit for All-in-One WP Migration Plugin for free, which will remove the 512 MB upload limit and increase it to unlimited.
Before getting started with this tutorial, you should have already installed WordPress on a web hosting provider such a Google Cloud, Bluehost, or Amazon AWS.
Here you can see, the size of the All-in-One WP plugin has been increased.
Increase the upload limit for All-in-One WP Migration Plugin
There are 7 steps in this tutorial:
- Download 6.77 version of All-in-One WP Migration Plugin.
- Upload to WordPress and Activate Plugin.
- Open Plugin Editor.
- Select Plugin.
- Open Constants.php File
- Edit Constants.php File
- Save Changes
- Test Settings
Step1: – Download 6.77 version of All-in-One WP Migration Plugin.
Download this Plugin from here.
Step2: – Upload to WordPress and Activate Plugin.
Make sure you first deactivate and delete the existing plugin because we want 6.77 versions. If you do not delete the error show this: – Destination folder already exists.
Upload and activate the plugin. You can see below. Don’t update the plugin because we want only 6.67 version.
Step3: -Open Plugin Editor.
Step4: -Select Plugin.
Select the plugin editor then go to All-in-One WP Migration.
Step5: -Open Constants.php File
Step6: – Edit Constants.php File
Scroll down and find define( ‘AI1WM_MAX_FILE_SIZE’, 2 << 28 );
Change define( ‘AI1WM_MAX_FILE_SIZE’, 2 << 28 ); to define( ‘AI1WM_MAX_FILE_SIZE’, 10 << 28 );
You can change this size to anything.
For Example: –
- 5 -> 1GB
- 10 -> 3GB
- 15 -> 4GB
- 40 -> 10GB
- 45-> 11GB
Step7: – Save Changes
After changing the size to 10, update file.
Step8: – Test Settings
If your changes were successful, you will notice that the maximum upload file size has been increased to 3GB.
If you ever need to increase the upload limit to more than 10GB, simply increase the Size .
Be aware that the upload limit will revert back to 512MB whenever the plugin is updated, so you will need to repeat this tutorial if you ever update the plugin.
If you have any questions or comments about this tutorial, be sure to post them below!
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