If you are on a Redhat machine, you could try running a CLI command on
Try looking up the 'split' command, it may solve your problem if you
combine it with some PHP.
On Mon, 2003-11-24 at 19:14, Chris Payne wrote:
> Hi there everyone,
> I'm writing an automation system to automatically insert data into a mysql database
> from a CSV file, and it works great - until I try to insert a large file, then it
> just doesn't do anything.
> I've set my PHP filesize to 10 Megs so that's not the issue, and a server timeout
> isn't the issue either. So, is that a way that I can split a CSV file into 2 files
> if it's larger than a certain size so that I can still use the automation I am
> working on?
> Actually, I won't see the files as it's for a company who just wants to be able to
> select their CSV file (No matter what size) and it will insert it automatically, and
> as I said it does work on small files but not large :-(
> Any help would really be appreciated.
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