Luis Lavena wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 1:59 AM, Anton Trapp <> 
> wrote:
>> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mongrel-1.1.5/bin/../lib/mongrel.rb:285:in `run'
>> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mongrel-1.1.5/bin/../lib/mongrel/command.rb:212:in
>>  `run'
>> /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mongrel-1.1.5/bin/mongrel_rails:281
>> /usr/bin/mongrel_rails:19:in `load'
>> /usr/bin/mongrel_rails:19
>> Any ideas? alternatives?
> If you're mentioning hundred of megabytes it might be possible that
> the Ruby instance is not able to handle the file properly.
> Would be great if you can isolate this to a real minimum mongrel
> handler example instead of a Rails application.
> I had successfully uploaded big files with mongrel, but honestly never
> tried to upload 200mb or similar because will be suboptimal.
> --
> Luis Lavena
> AREA 17
> -
> Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
> but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
> Antoine de Saint-Exupé²¹

i am trying to upload some files to filesystem using rails application
when i use small size file everything is perfect but i when goes for
larger files i got error
this is my code

#this model file
class DataFile < ActiveRecord::Base

    name =  upload['datafile'].original_filename
    directory = "//"
    # create the file path
    path = File.join(directory, name)
    # write the file, "wb") { |f| f.write(upload['datafile'].read) }

#this is my controller
class UploadController < ApplicationController
def index
     render :file => 'app\views\upload\uploadfile.rhtml'
  def uploadFile
    post =[:upload])
    render :text => "File has been uploaded successfully"
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