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[EP-tech] File Size Limit

I agree. This is also valid for big file upload, even without a limit,
because a remote user can take a very long time to upload a file. In
this article there's a batchimport script that maybe can help:


Basically it does:

#create document object, add pdf files to document, attach to eprint
object, and move to live
my $doc = EPrints::DataObj::Document::create( $session, $eprint ); <-
here the eprint
$doc->add_file( $filemap->{$pq_id}, $pq_id . '.pdf' ); <- here the file
in the filesystem
$doc->set_value( "format", "application/pdf" );
print "Adding Document to EPrint ", $eprint->get_id, "\n";
print "Eprint ".$eprint->get_id." moved to archive.\n";

Il 10/07/19 00:49, Karl Goetz via Eprints-tech ha scritto:
> On Tue, 9 Jul 2019 15:22:03 +0100
> James Kerwin via Eprints-tech <eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Elements side of it. In the end I uploaded a smaller fake file with
>> the same name and then switched it over manually on the server and
>> tweaked very small parts of the database such as the file size.
> I've seen this mentioned (and acted on) a couple of times while
> watching this list. Is it possible to put together a 'upload
> replacement  file' management command to help wrap some safety around
> these actions?
> Karl.
>>>>> On Mon, 2019-07-08 at 12:13 +0100, James Kerwin via Eprints-tech
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> Hi All,
>>>>>> Our setup is Elements feeding Eprints via RT1.
>>>>>> Somebody is attempting to upload some larger-then-usual files
>>>>>> and we're having difficulty getting them to upload. I'm
>>>>>> assuming it's
>>>>> due
>>>>>> to the file size and that there's a limit somewhere. We
> --
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