XFileSharing Pro - Caching Problem

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Caching Problem

#1 Postby inf » Oct 11, 2009 11:40 am

For those being hosted on sites like servage, is there no possible way to edit the script to bypass the caching problems?


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#2 Postby inf » Oct 11, 2009 11:01 pm

PilgrimX182 wrote:Have you used the POWER? :)

I bet they'v emade something that enabled upload stream caching. That's the 90% of these "Transfer complete" stories.

Use this tiny script to test this out:

Just upload 3-5 mb file to it so upload will take more than 5 seconds to make sure.

If it says Won't work then it's upload caching and you should contact server admin to handle this.

It works fine for me

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Result: Will work ;)

The confusing thing is, I am hosted at servage and my progress bar constantly freezes out at files anything over 8mb.

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#3 Postby PilgrimX182 » Oct 12, 2009 5:56 pm

Servage is the shit. They're using clusters I think so no way to avoid upload caching.

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#4 Postby technoind » Feb 06, 2010 9:30 am

I've been trying an hour to figure out what folder I need to upload this cgi script in order to test it on one of my servers.

please advise


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#5 Postby admin » Feb 06, 2010 11:23 am

It should be uploaded in /cgi-bin/

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#6 Postby PowerChaos » Feb 10, 2010 2:49 am

well , you can use the meta cach trick ??
just put exiring date at 1972 or so
then it never cach a single page because the cach is exired ^^

or the custom php that you can use in htacces
make your own php ini or in some cases you can make your own http.conf in htacces (some values can beoverriden with it )

if that not works , then i sugges to go to a other host :D or to put your website on a dedicated server (wasnt it on 1 already ?)

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