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rejetto, can you make an limit option?

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Offline marbulas

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As you know that problem,
HFS stops when any connections are downloading big-size file(s).(4GB, 6GB, more else....)

Even if it's a problem in Web Browsers, but some other programs(like Berryz Webshare) are solved.
(by using the plugin or anyways....)

So I have a proposal to make an option in Limits menu 'Allows downloading file(s)s in single address under (n)GBs of sizes'
((n) is a number)
It's a limit prevent uploading files over (n)GBs of file(s) in single address.
« Last Edit: November 14, 2009, 02:22:51 PM by marbulas »


Offline SilentPliz

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Welcome marbulas !  :)

Why you don't just display a warning message on the Web page for users?

...and you make smaller files.  :P :D
« Last Edit: November 14, 2009, 02:36:44 PM by SilentPliz »


Offline marbulas

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I made it, but some rude persons ignoring the message. :<
It was driving me little bit crazy for a month.


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I think the downloads by quota is in the "to-do list".

It's maybe possible with the current macros, but I think no one has even trying. (?)



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welcome marbulas!

i'm not sure i got your problem.
to begin with: it's about files going from HFS to the browser (that we usually call download), or the opposite, adding files from the browser to the server?


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I mean it's about files going from HFS to the browser.

I agree this problem is on the web browsers -, but I think this post should be an easier way to solve the
problem sending the files.
This problem will stand forever until the web browser developers fix it up or prevent fucntions temporarily making the error like this.
« Last Edit: November 15, 2009, 01:32:26 AM by marbulas »


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Offline marbulas

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I encouraged(I even posted the warning about this), but some gatecrashers have a tendency
trying to get my HFS stuck connect my HFS.
I can't manage my HFS 24 hours, so I really need a function to stop my HFS gets stuck.


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i know nothing about HFS stopping with big dowloads, if you use recent browsers.
what browser (and version) is giving you pain?


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Sorry for late ;D
Connections are on Internet Explorer 6,7,8 & Google Chrome(Every Version), etc.....
I don't know what browser makes this happen, but connections my HFS are on these browsers.


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Why don't you put a banhammer on the ignorant visitors who ignore your warning?

I also host large files/folders on my server (a crappy 1.4GHz Dev pc.:P) and have never had a similar problem.
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IE version 6 is 8 years old, and i dislike spending time on supporting it.


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IE version 6 is 8 years old, and i dislike spending time on supporting it.

AMEN to that!  With the glossy semi-transparent divs, 100% dynamically changing background image, and javascript slide-down menu, my server doesn't support IE6 at ALL.  And ya know what?  I don't care.  It's not like people in undeveloped countries with Windows 98 and IE6 are really gonna need to use my server anyways. ::)  I've also dropped support for IE6 in pretty much all my websites too.  This is a great tool to have if you're not supporting IE6 anymore:

http://www.ie6nomore.com/

Problem is, my new server design won't work with Firefox versions 2.0 and older.  I wish it was this simple to put a warning on there for firefox and other browsers.  There is a script out there, but I haven't gotten it to work yet.