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Hi,

There will be more than 3000 users will upload word document to different folders on my webspace at SAME TIME. How should handle it? I did file uploads but not for more than 4 or 5 user uploded at a time.

PHP and MySQL is used.

Thanks

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If you are looking at 3000 users on a continuing basis you will need a heavy duty hardware and software configuration to handle it. If this is a once per day process (for example), then you probably won't want to invest the time and the cost to build such an environment. There are a couple of links below that address high capacity php-mysql site configurations. You can probably find more through a search. If it isn't a constant requirement, then you probably want to change your approach somehow. Pure FTP may be able to handle a higher volume. Suggest you consult your hosting provider, explain what you want to do and get their input.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/21593/Scaling-PHPMySQL

http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-155366.html

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Thanks chris, I'll look into those links.

We have a Apache server which will host this application. What kind of settings I need to prepare my server? Any usefull info is welcomed.

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Unless you are already an Apache - MySQL expert (or you have one available) you'll probably need to find one in order to get this right.

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Do you think cURL FTP (or FTP approach) is better than normal file upload feature in PHP for my job?

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