[Seaside] Uploading large files
cnantais at gmail.com
Sun Aug 19 16:32:27 UTC 2007
It's working, however it is taking about 60 seconds to upload a 5mb mp3 file
and up to 98% of my CPU. Then the temp file actually ends up being larger
than the original by about 20% and is corrupt. It's the same for mp3s,
images, other binary types, but not text files.
Colin Putney wrote:
> On Aug 15, 2007, at 2:16 PM, cnantais wrote:
>> So, I changed it to this:
>> WATempFile>>initializeFromChunk: aChunk
>> fileName _ aChunk fileName.
>> contentType _ aChunk contentType.
>> (self tempDirectory
>> forceNewFileNamed: self tempFileName)
>> do: [:f | fileSize _ aChunk saveToStream: f]
>> And it now works, almost. I'm seeing no increase in memory
>> consumption when
>> I submit an upload of a 10mb mp3 file. Only problem is that it is
>> zero-byte files in the 'tmp' directory when I upload something,
>> like so:
> Oops. #forceNewFileNamed:do: is peculiar to my image - that
> definitely won't work in a stock image. I'm surprised that what
> you've got there doesn't throw an error. It should be something like
> WATempFile>>initializeFromChunk: aChunk
> fileName _ aChunk fileName.
> contentType _ aChunk contentType.
> f := self tempDirectory forceNewFileNamed: self tempFileName.
> [fileSize := aChunk saveToStream: f]
> ensure: [f close]
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