From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Operating system: FreeBSD
PHP version:      4.0.4pl1
PHP Bug Type:     Filesystem function related
Bug description:  Lots of zero-sized files remain in directory for tmp files uploaded 
via POST

I have a form with some type="file" fields for uploading images.
If a user really fills a field, then I can handle the file properly and it gets 
deleted from ./tmp dir on script
completion. But if a user leaves the field empty, php creates a zero-sized file in 
./tmp and does not
delete it. I even don't have to delete myself, because I get 'none' as filename inside 
my script.

After a month of heavy use, I have a REALLY huge ./tmp directory full of zero-sized 
files named like
phpsC7799 (example).

That bothers me.

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