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CSRF Attack when deploying large files [closed]

Debian 10

OCS Inventory 2.6

I have already increased the sizes for "php_value post_max_size"  and "php_value upload_max_filesize " in /etc/apache2/conf-available/ocsinventory-reports.conf, but for some reasons the new values are not adopted. 
I have already restarted apache2 and rebooted the server but no use....

It seems that he sticks to the default value of 101m 

[php7:warn] [pid 1833] [client xx.xx.xx.xx:25465] PHP Warning:  POST Content-Length of 245575080 bytes exceeds the limit of 105906176 bytes in Unknown on line 0, referer: https://xx.xx.xx.xx/ocsreports/index.php?function=tele_package&head=1&package=1605618614

Any suggestions are welcome !!

Many thanks.

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I think I found the problem/solution.
For safety reasons I made a copy of "ocsinventory-reports.conf" in the  /etc/apache2/conf-enable directory and called it "ocsinventory-reports-org.conf".

I think, for some reason, php took the configuration of the "ocsinventory-reports-org.conf" instead of "ocsinventory-reports.conf".

I removed the copy from the etc/apache2/conf-enable directory, restarted apache2 and everything worked perfect.

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