Re: APC & FastCGI != upload progress ?
steve <iamstever <at> gmail.com>
2008-03-30 17:52:07 GMT
Hmmm... I am working on a PHP daemon for comet style connections...
I'll keep that idea in mind. I guess that using Flash is best solution
at the moment.. at least the only one I have working...
I'm guessing that FastCGI is buffering the upload until complete. PHP
docs might want to document that.
FastCGI is also breaking Apache's deflate module, but that is another issue...
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Jim Lucas <lists <at> cmsws.com> wrote:
> steve wrote:
> > We can get upload progress to work with the APC extension for PHP
> > 5.2.x only on machines that are not using FastCGI. (Apache2.2 if it
> > matters).
> > Does anyone have a suggestion where to look?
> > Will it even be possible?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > -s
> I built a work around. It requires you to run a PHP daemon. It handles
> the uploads and passes the information off how ever you want. To a DB,
> to the filesystem. Your choice. From that information, you can create
> a progress meter.
> I haven't fleshed out all the bugs, but it seems to work like I want it
> too at least.
> Jim Lucas
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