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Hi All,

I have javaPowUploader for multiple file upload.
I am able to upload file upto 4GB after php setting.

But how can i upload file greater than 4GB?

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Insted of http upload you can use ftp upload

bool ftp_put ( resource $ftp_stream , string $remote_file , string $local_file , int $mode [, int $startpos = 0 ] )
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Insted of http upload you can use ftp upload

bool ftp_put ( resource $ftp_stream , string $remote_file , string $local_file , int $mode [, int $startpos = 0 ] )

I only have option of javapowuploader as there is combination of xml and mp3 files.
I have to dynamically read xml file and move mp3 song to my project.

So i have restriction for web based upload only.

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Change the php ini conf.
php_ini_set.

learn that. :)

literal
max execution time= 20hours,
max upload =5G

But why not simple ftp function. why do you care about this java uploader.

reading dynamically xml and mp3 should not be any hard.
HTTP long upload gives your server out for exploitation. A long time for spending my holidays in your server.

Be careful man :)

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