| 11:39 am on Apr 30, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I know How to do that with php
i can send you a script if your server supports php
| 7:06 am on May 1, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Even php has a file size limit parameter for the server.
Unless you ask the server administrator to change
the file size in php.ini and restart the server, I
can't think of anything helpful here.
I'm looking for answer on this topic too.
| 12:19 pm on May 1, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Here's what my rent-a-server guy told me: The file upload size via a script is 8mb - too little for what I need. He said the only way to upload larger files was thru FTP - which I would have to ask each user to boot up an FTP client and sent it up to my server - a pain.
I'm running Joomla, and came across DocMan, a file management program that also allows uploads. So, I tried uploading a larger file - 55MB, and it worked! It also lets you transfer a file from one server to another directly. Pretty nice. I don't know how it got around their "limit" - but it looks as though it has. I'm not saying this is going to be THE solution - some problem might crop up - but it's looking good.
| 9:06 am on May 9, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Where can I get this Docman?
Give it a try in my site then.
| 10:35 pm on May 10, 2006 (gmt 0)|
check and see if your server supports shell access, if it does then you can use winscp if you are a windows user: [winscp.net...]
| 10:54 pm on May 10, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Actually, I think I have found a solution, called Thin File at [upload.thinfile.com...]
It breaks the file up into packets, getting around the server's UL limit, then reassembles it on the server. I've uploaded as much as a 225MB file in one shot.