>I'm currently locked in a battle with PHP and file uploads.  I've
>searched the list to no avail.  I actually found a guy with the same
>problem who ended up using perl to make this work.  I'm trying to avoid
>The problem is, I'm dealing with huge POST uploads (100+ mb).  And

Ye Gods!

I don't think HTTP POST upload is going to be reliable for *that* size
files, no matter *what* you do...

Give them an FTP account or something.

At least FTP can be "continued" (assuming the server/client are configured
properly and current) when they lose their connection after 95MB...

HTTP POST can't be "continued", last I checked...  At least not on most

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