[Phpwm] file upload complete?
alex at hollytree.co.uk
Wed Jul 2 15:46:54 BST 2008
I haven't personally tried using feof in that situation, so I couldn't
tell you for sure, but I don't think that it would work.
Perhaps checking the modification time to see if it's changed in the
last (say) 5 minutes and ignoring it if it has until that time has
passed would be a better solution? Or use an FTP server that you can
script to move completed uploads to another location?
On 2 Jul 2008, at 15:40, alan dunn wrote:
> We have zip files being uploaded to an FTP folder from various
> laptops. We then plan to open those files using a cron job. My
> concern is that we shouldn't try to open and process a file before
> upload is complete.
> Is it OK to just use feof = true going to do this or do we need to
> be more thorough?
> Are there methods of monitoring a file to see when upload is
> complete and then switching on the next stage of the process?
> thanks, alan dunn
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