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 Post subject: Cant download using JFU
PostPosted: 14. Apr 2011, 16:10 
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I have JFU configured with the following limits:

PHP upload limit (in KB): 20480000000
PHP memory limit (in KB): 174080000
Max. resize resolution: ~ 199029 x 149459
PHP max input time: 1800000 s
PHP max execution time: 1800000 s
Default socket timeout: 1800000 s

I have tried various limits but the downloads ALWAYS fail at around 24,000 kb and usually gives an I/O.

Im using IIS7 and Joomla 1.6.


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PostPosted: 14. Apr 2011, 16:33 
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have you tried to enable direct download already?

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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 16:05 
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Yes but this just times out. The file in question is large 1.5 gig.


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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 16:17 
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Does the download work if you directly download it though the browser? As workaround you can easily show a download link below the flash. See the registered demo example.

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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 17:21 
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Yes it works fine browsing to the file. Im afraid this is not an option we need the files to go through the flash. Shall I post logs for you to see? If so which ones


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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 17:37 
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why do you need to go through the flash? Is it not enough that is is triggered by the flash?

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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 17:49 
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The direct download link cannot be overtly visible because of sensitive nature of the material being distributed. So are you basically saying that it cannot work?


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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 18:14 
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I just did a local test with 1.4 GB.

This worked fine. So it is not a limitation of Flash itself but something of the server, a proxy ...

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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 18:19 
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Ok so I have changed all the php.ini settings to allow huge file downloads/uploads. What else needs changing I am using IIS 7.


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PostPosted: 15. Apr 2011, 18:23 
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Please check here:

http://www.tinywebgallery.com/en/tfu/web_faq.php#4

There is a small part for IIS too. I don't know if this has to do with download also.
You might have to check in your IIS log files for details.

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PostPosted: 26. May 2011, 17:41 
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This is the error in the JFU log every time a download stops. The IIS log gives 200 successful

05.26.2011 18:38:17 - ERROR 8 in mponents\com_jfuploader\tfu\tfu_file.php, line 194: Undefined variable: directory_file_limit_size


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PostPosted: 26. May 2011, 20:54 
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do you use the latest version?

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