|<< Back to previous view|
[GRIZZLY-811] Problem Uploading Files over 2GB Created: 08/Apr/10 Updated: 08/Apr/13 Resolved: 08/Apr/13
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
|Time Spent:||Not Specified|
|Original Estimate:||Not Specified|
Operating System: All
|Participants:||babbarkrishan, Justin Lee, makoto1337, oleksiys and oleksiys|
When uploading files over 2 Gb, I get the following exception:
It looks like somewhere the file size in bytes is not being kept as a long, since ints cannot store the
I am using GlassFish v3 and the grizzly installed is the glassfish-grizzly that was released with it.
|Comment by oleksiys [ 09/Apr/10 02:24 AM ]|
it shouldn't be related to file size.
|Comment by makoto1337 [ 09/Apr/10 02:37 AM ]|
I should mention that files just under 2Gb work fine, but files 2Gb and over fail.
I will be away next week, but after that I will try to copy the HTTP request header for you. Can you upload
|Comment by oleksiys [ 09/Apr/10 02:47 AM ]|
I've tried to telnet to a port and pass big content-length header and checked that it was parsed correctly.
|Comment by Justin Lee [ 03/Jan/11 08:00 AM ]|
consolidating to one user name
|Comment by babbarkrishan [ 09/Mar/11 10:55 PM ]|
Its actually glassfish settings for max size of post data.
Then click on HTTP tab above.
I am also trying to make a site which can handle large file uploads and can handle multiple requests concurrently. So far I am not clear how and where grizzly comes in role? What all settings I need to do? How can we test if grizzly is being used and its beneficial?
I also tried to make a standalone webserver using Grizzly, but i am unable to parse file being uploaded within my HttpHandler.
Please help me to understand grizzly and share some code for saving uploaded files in grizzly.