Question: WHERE are you trying to "Upload" a GEDCOM File?
Into 'FamilySearch' the:
(1) "Genealogies" Part; or,
(2) "Family Tree" Part,
as, they are two (x2) separate and distinctly different parts of 'FamilySearh"
Just a though ...
By chance ...
Has the GEDOM File already been "Uploaded" ...
Into the "Genealogies" Part of 'FamilySearch'
Have you checked ...
Here is where you can check, it is the direct 'link' (URL) in 'FamilySeach':
My Uploaded Trees
Please be aware that ...
GEDCOM Files that you 'upload' to the "Genealogies" Part of 'FamilySearch' are 'Static'; that is to say that:
(1) they are NOT part of "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'; and,
(2) they are NOT connected/linked together; and.
(3) they CANNOT be "Edited" (ie. "Changed"); and,
(4) they can ONLY be "Deleted"; and, replaced by an updated version.
Basically, GEDCOM Files that you 'upload' to the "Genealogies" Part of 'FamilySearch' are for "Research" purposes ONLY - they can just be 'seen', by ALL Users/Patrons - NOTNING else.
I hope this helps.
Try uploading a much smaller version of the GEDCOM and see of the file size is the issue.
I have had similar issues. There is a limit on the file size - however - even if you are under the max file size -if the upload takes more than X seconds - I believe it will give you the message you refer to (which is misleading) and running it multiple times doesn't solve the issue.
basically the load is timing out before it completes.
( & @Family Bible / @Dennis J Yancey )
Following on from what 'Dennis' proffered ..
I just found this embedded in a "Knowledge Article" in 'FamilySearch' ...
If you intend to simply preserve and share your file, it can contain up to 100 MB.
Genealogies. Then Upload File.
I want to delete and replace tree with a new one. The file size is 30.5 MB so it is well under the 100 MB limit.
It’s only 30.5 MB. Well under the 100MB limit
yes but as I stated - even if you are under the file size limit - if your upload takes to long - you will get an error like the one you shared - I believe there is a progress bar - - if you get the error - before the progress bar hits the end - it is most likely yur upload is timing out. again simply test with a smaller file - to see if a smaller file is succesful.
Hello @RichardGaron RichardGaron ,
If the combined knowledge of those who have commented isn't working, I'm surprised.
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