Re: Large files > 2GB

I too have struggled with this limitation on transfer capacity. However plupload does work using OS X. I transferred a file of around 6 gigabytes without incident.

Re: Large files > 2GB

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Re: Large files > 2GB

I got same problem about large files. Anyone could give us detailed resolution on this. Appreciate your help in advance. Thanks!

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Re: Large files > 2GB

jprogrammer wrote:

I tested with 5.5Gb file that successfully uploaded on a test server locally.

Just the same. Several files 6Gb each successfully uploaded.

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Re: Large files > 2GB

Upgrade the memory so you upload larger files and it should work okay. It worked for me after I upgraded.

Re: Large files > 2GB

jakobdam wrote:

Hi all,

I've been working on a Java runtime for unlimited sized resumable streamed uploads using plupload.

The fork is here:
http://github.com/jakobadam/plupload

And the readme file describes how to build the Java applet.

I hope you will try it out and give me some feedback.

kind regards,
Jakob

Thanks for sharing your link...I'll take a look on this and I'll give you a feedback smile

Re: Large files > 2GB

jprogrammer wrote:

I have uploaded a compiled xap if you can test and let me know how you go.

http://rapidshare.com/files/445765758/p … rlight.xap

Thanks for this

Re: Large files > 2GB

Just increase the memory and it is fixed.
seems computer need more space to work.
2GB is not a problem casue I just work on 3.2 GB

Re: Large files > 2GB

Thanks for the link. I've tested it and it runs smoothly.

Re: Large files > 2GB

Hmm! Thanks for share!

Re: Large files > 2GB

Thank you for the link. Helps a lot.

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this was a ton of help. thanks you guys

Re: Large files > 2GB

jprogrammer wrote:

I have uploaded a compiled xap if you can test and let me know how you go.

_http://rapidshare.com/files/445765758/plupload.silverlight.xap

Unassigned file limit of 10 downloads reached.
Can someone reupload file, please.

Re: Large files > 2GB

I'm also hitting the 2GB limit and would love to give that new xap a try but the file seems to be down.

Re: Large files > 2GB

Is there any plans to increase the compatibility of Plupload with >200MB files?

I've been testing an implementation of this where users regularly upload 1GB+ files, and have been having problems with Flash and HTML5 uploading anything bigger then a 200MB file.

Re: Large files > 2GB

@je55eg we are going to include it in next release. Just having some things to finish here, before we do. Constantly out of time.

@pupu1 Flash and HTML5 do not support yet such sizes (not our runtimes, but actual technologies). Try SilverLight.

If you want to see your issue fixed, do not report it here, do it on - GitHub.

Re: Large files > 2GB

Hmm, such huge file sizes seems to break their internal numbers. I guess they are int based not long based. We have tested the app with large files like 200MB and no issues there.

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Thanks davit!

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We have had similar problems running the flash runtime for files at 1gb with chunking enabled.  It will get up to ~50% and flash will crash.

Hoping we can resolve this, but for now, since this uploader is in an admin, we are going to test this with silverlight.

Re: Large files > 2GB

Thanks to JProgrammer, I downloaded his source, downloaded Microsoft's software, compiled a new xap, and voilla!  I uploaded a 30 gb file last night with no problems.  Since Silverlight seems to be the only viable solution to upload huge files like this without side-effects like eating up all system resources, I've set a page to detect that Silverlight is installed, then either display a prompt to install silverlight, or display the uploader.  Thank you to all who posted here, you helped me out a lot!

46 (edited by jolishare 2011-04-06 06:57:42)

Re: Large files > 2GB

Hi

What do you mean by "Try upgrading your memory and uploading will be smooth."
>> the browser memory ?

Thx

Re: Large files > 2GB

Hi,

And what do you think about the WebSocket to upload files ?

Is it something in Plupload roadmap ?

It looks like a good way to upload things with Flash or any plug-in.

Re: Large files > 2GB

felily06 wrote:
jakobdam wrote:

Hi all,

I've been working on a Java runtime for unlimited sized resumable streamed uploads using plupload.

The fork is here:
http://github.com/jakobadam/plupload

And the readme file describes how to build the Java applet.

I hope you will try it out and give me some feedback.

kind regards,
Jakob

Thanks for sharing your link...I'll take a look on this and I'll give you a feedback smile

This works for me! Many Thanks

Re: Large files > 2GB

I use only your examples, I have not integrated yet into my system, so I don't think that I missed something.

Re: Large files > 2GB

I was wondering if you have done more than just think about a Java runtime to support the large file uploads? i also have some problem