Hi,

Is cURL FTP to upload word files to webspace or inhouse server is better option than using simple PHP file uploading function "move_uploaded_file()", if there are around 1000 user upload files in a day?

Or is there any better solution?

Thanks in advance

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Hi,

Is cURL FTP to upload word files to webspace or inhouse server is better option than using simple PHP file uploading function "move_uploaded_file()", if there are around 1000 user upload files in a day?

Or is there any better solution?

Thanks in advance

Off course the cURL is always …

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Hi,

Is cURL FTP to upload word files to webspace or inhouse server is better option than using simple PHP file uploading function "move_uploaded_file()", if there are around 1000 user upload files in a day?

Or is there any better solution?

Thanks in advance

Off course the cURL is always the better option than simple file upload.
It will be faster if there are too many uploads

you can search for jQuery's file upload plugin too. something like this

Ok, cURL is more reliable than move_uploaded_file()".

1. Can cURL actualy handle it?
2. Do I have to prepare my Apache server and MySQL database for these kind (very busy) of applications?

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