[Seaside] Uploading large files
cnantais at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 15:36:32 UTC 2007
Do you know if this would require a major effort (making Swazoo 2.0
work on Squeak Seaside) or a small one?
Or does anyone know if there's a way I can hack Kom to make it handle
large uploads through input streaming? Unfortunately, this is one of
those instances where I may need to use something other than Seaside
:cringe: if I can't get it working.
On 8/14/07, Janko Mivšek <janko.mivsek at eranova.si> wrote:
> Hi Chad,
> Chad Nantais wrote:
> > Sounds good. However, are you saying that Seaside does not connect to
> > this new version of Swazoo yet?
> Yes. On VW Swazoo 1.0 is connected, while on Squeak noone is. I
> therefore suggest that someone start doing that, maybe on Squeak first.
> He can count on all my support.
> Best regards
> > On 8/14/07, Janko Mivšek <janko.mivsek at eranova.si> wrote:
> >> Swazoo 2.0 beta2 web server supports now an input streaming, that is,
> >> streaming of http post data directly to the output stream, a file for
> >> instance. That is what you need for uploading large files.
> >> More on: http://www.swazoo.org/streaming.html
> >> So, what is still needed is that Seaside connects to that new Swazoo and
> >> you'll have large file uploads supported.
> >> Best regards
> >> Janko
> >> Patrick Collison wrote:
> >>> On 14/08/07, Chad Nantais <cnantais at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> What's the smartest way to handle the uploading of large files (>50mb)
> >>>> through Seaside and onto the filesystem without grossly inflating my
> >>>> image's memory consumption in the process?
> >>> I'm no expert, but I think the short answer is that you can't.
> >>> Maybe you could do it by interacting directly with the web-server, and
> >>> incrementally writing the file to disk?
> >>> Patrick
> >>>> Thanks in advance,
> >>>> Chad
> Janko Mivšek
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