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Old 05-11-2009
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Upload greater than 2 GB

Here I have an intranet website where users need to make uploads of large files (over 2 GB). But I am limited by the post_max_size not exceeding 2047M from what I saw on the internet. Is there a way to get around this limitation? Other values that have made relevant by the upload:

Code:
memory_limit = 4096M
upload_max_filesize = 4096M
Knowing that the file upload 2GB works perfectly.
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Re: Upload greater than 2 GB

I do not know if it's limited, in any case its not suitable if you want to upload large files like done in the ftp or ssh. Users need to explain that the http is not to upload large files. Finally it is rather than who created this system that would explain. Its your happy day to cut your connection for whatever reason after you upload 1.99 GB. And if the config of this stuff is on server side, it's still problematic to the web server, you'll have to put a very long session duration.
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Re: Upload greater than 2 GB

Users should not be too much to ask. I resumed a site that has been done "with their feet" and the FTP solution is not considered yet, they want to keep the upload via HTTP
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Re: Upload greater than 2 GB

There is no change on the client side, in fact the changes are the server side. Otherwise(if you're under apache): Use LimitRequestBody Directive

The LimitRequestBody directive allows the user to set a limit on the allowed size of an HTTP request message body within the context in which the directive is given (server, per-directory, per-file or per-location). If the client request exceeds that limit, the server will return an error response instead of servicing the request. The size of a normal request message body will vary greatly depending on the nature of the resource and the methods allowed on that resource.

For more info: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod...mitrequestbody
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Re: Upload greater than 2 GB

jClientUpload is a client-side JAVA? component (Applet or WebStart) that allows to upload files and folders to a web or ftp server. This component could be integrated in any application. Server-side technology could be JSP/Servlet, PHP, CGI/PERL, ColdFusion or Microsoft ASP. Front-end provides an upload progress bar, a cancel button and drag&drop support. jClientUpload supports very large uploads over 2GB and could resume broken uploads.

For Installation: http://www.javazoom.net/applets/jcli...tallation.html
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