Re: [PHP] Urgent answers needed for FILE UPLOAD problem....

2001-01-26 Thread Richard Lynch
Hello all. I've spent the past month or two implementing a file upload utility for the web based on PHP's http upload method. It works fine for smaller files, and it's been working fine for files I've tried up to and including 400 megs at a time. The problem I'm having is that we want to

Re: [PHP] Urgent answers needed for FILE UPLOAD problem....

2001-01-26 Thread Rasmus Lerdorf
Because of the way the code is currently written, a file upload ends up in RAM before it gets written to disk. If you want to upload 1Gig files, you need 1Gig of RAM. That's crap, we know, and Jim Winstead has volunteered to fix this. Not sure what the timeline is on it yet though. -Rasmus

[PHP] Urgent answers needed for FILE UPLOAD problem....

2001-01-25 Thread Tim Meader
Hello all. I've spent the past month or two implementing a file upload utility for the web based on PHP's http upload method. It works fine for smaller files, and it's been working fine for files I've tried up to and including 400 megs at a time. The problem I'm having is that we want to roll