Big resources not uploading
ssastre at seaswork.com.ar
Mon Jul 11 00:00:31 MEST 2005
this SmallWiki Bundle is version: (0.9.49,lukas) and in fact the
image directory has the /Resources path where all indicates it's storing
the resources files (.zip, .jpg, etc).
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: owner-smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch
> [mailto:owner-smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch] En nombre de Adriaan van Os
> Enviado el: Viernes, 08 de Julio de 2005 18:35
> Para: smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch
> Asunto: RE: Big resources not uploading
> What is the exact version of Smallwiki you're using? There is
> version done not by Lukas. This is a version done at a
> CampSmalltalk. It stores the resources externally of the
> image. Probably in a directory on your file system called
> Resources if this is what you observed.
> > Lukas,
> > I'm using smallwiki 1 in VW and it seems to upload the
> resources into
> > the /Resurces path in wich I have 163 MB not in the image in wich I
> > have about 30 MB.
> > Because of that I felt encouraged to upload the 400MB file !
> > Waht I'm missing?
> > Seb
> >> -----Mensaje original-----
> >> De: owner-smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch
> >> [mailto:owner-smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch] En nombre de Lukas Renggli
> >> Enviado el: Lunes, 04 de Julio de 2005 10:46
> >> Para: smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch
> >> Asunto: Re: Big resources not uploading
> >> Hi Sebastian,
> >> > anybody knows why I can't make an upload of a
> resource of about
> >> > 400 MB to a wiki supported by a smallwiki?
> >> wow, I wouldn't try to do this with SmallWiki, since all
> the data is
> >> stored within the image file in the current
> implementation. I would
> >> suggest to put it somewhere else and link it from SmallWiki.
> >> > The uploads progress for some minutes until the
> error page is
> >> > shown into the web browser.
> >> I suspect that is due to a timeout of the web-browser. The
> streams in
> >> Smalltalk are not particularly fast and uploading such a file
> >> requires some decoding and copying around of a huge amount of data.
> >> SmallWiki 2 will come with some better support for huge
> files (stored
> >> outside the image), but it doesn't make the streams any faster of
> >> course.
> >> Cheers,
> >> Lukas
> >> --
> >> Lukas Renggli
> >> http://www.lukas-renggli.ch
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