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Fri Sep 25 17:57:31 MSD 2009
Maxim Dounin wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 03:03:17PM +0200, Alejandro Martínez wrote:
>> on device), client: 10.100.0.115, server: contentdata.spacash.com,
>> request: "POST /store.php HTTP/1.1", host: "10.100.0.155"
>> No space left on device. I thought setting the upload path at php.ini
>> would be enough, but it seems nginx first stores the files in that
>> "client_body_temp" directory and then moved to php's temporary uploaded
>> file location.
>> Is that configurable for nginx? It would be nice if the "copy" could be
>> avoided, as i have the temporary uploaded file location por php in a
>> different partition (where i have plenty of space left).
> It doesn't "move", but *pass* it to fastcgi application according
> to fastcgi protocol (i.e. writes via socket). If you want to avoid
> it you may consider using Valery Kholodkov's upload module, see
> Note that this aproach requires special handling from your code.
> Maxim Dounin
Nice. I'll check it out.
As right now i have some time constraints, i replaced the
client_body_temp dir with a dynamic link to a partition with enough
space and it seems to work fine. But then i will give that module a try.
Alejandro Martínez Lanfranco
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