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Everything else / Re: 2020
« Last post by bmartino1 on January 08, 2020, 07:53:52 PM »
Happy new year (belated)
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It really helps. Thanks u very much.
 ;D
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HTML & templates / Re: Responsive small screen template
« Last post by dj on January 06, 2020, 12:43:42 PM »
Replace
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document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", function() {with
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document.addEventListener("click", function(e) {if(!e.target.href||!e.target.href.endsWith('.jpg')) return;e.preventDefault();or (with a extra button)
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document.querySelector('#mylazyloadbutton').addEventListener("click", function() {
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HTML & templates / Re: Responsive small screen template
« Last post by danny on January 06, 2020, 10:07:42 AM »
prevent lazyload until clicking image link:
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<script>
var thumbsize=0;
document.querySelector('#files').addEventListener('click', function(){
 var c=[...document.querySelectorAll('a[href$=".jpg"]')]
 if(!c.includes(event.target)) return
 thumbsize=64
 render(b)  //
})
</script>
lazyimages for FF needs adding[i] if(!thumbsize) return;[/i]
Could you help me do only-on-demand thumbnails for this version of Throwback? http://rejetto.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=12055.0;attach=9706
I've been trying to do that for a long time.
The thumbnails are good if/when the user wanted them, but not good at any other time.
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Sometimes the program is buggy ver. 2.3m build 300
« Last post by danny on January 06, 2020, 09:36:29 AM »
...OK!...
Not always ok. 
Gigabit speed can cause unresponsive state for HFS. 

The template 4 posts up, doesn't upload if there is Any download going on.  That works. 

But, maybe that is too severe, because not all clients have fast internet. 
For the revision, I had the [upload] module test current upload&download speeds.  And if either is already at 100 megabits, the upload page delivers a polite message instead of allowing an upload.  This system is adaptable to other templates as well. 

The attached experimental template is more permissive (hauls more files), until near threshold.  Can you test it for me? 
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Sometimes the program is buggy ver. 2.3m build 300
« Last post by surikat on January 06, 2020, 07:53:25 AM »
Upload at gigabit speed, simultaneous with downloads, can stop it. 
That problem is different because UI is responsive at the console but clients can't connect until server is restarted. 

We don't have a watchdog feature yet, so. . .

Attached is hfs.events file with caching and 4 am reboot. 
Then each morning it can restart hfs and be ready again. 

New problem:  Not all versions of HFS work with [at 4:05] timer in events file.
You can check the log to see if it starts at 4:06 am.

My Version of HFS 2.4rc2
Here it is necessary not only to stop and start the server, but to completely close it and open it again. This is only using the Windows Task Scheduler.
I just don’t want to bother with this. The speed limit is simply disabled. And OK!
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Any news regarding WebDAV support?
« Last post by Zero3K on January 06, 2020, 02:49:53 AM »
*subject*

I hope that it comes soon so I can stop using a FTP server, etc.
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Sometimes the program is buggy ver. 2.3m build 300
« Last post by danny on January 06, 2020, 01:39:59 AM »
Upload at gigabit speed, simultaneous with downloads, can stop it. 
That problem is different because UI is responsive at the console but clients can't connect until server is restarted. 

We don't have a watchdog feature yet, so. . .

Attached is hfs.events file with caching and 4 am reboot. 
Then each morning it can restart hfs and be ready again. 

New problem:  Not all versions of HFS work with [at 4:05] timer in events file.
You can check the log to see if it starts at 4:06 am. 
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Beta / Re: version 2.4
« Last post by surikat on January 05, 2020, 04:07:02 PM »
Without wanting to appear defeatist, hfs has not evolved directly to https without having to use SSL, another evolution of the web is moving towards ipV6, this will probably be the limit of use for hfs.

I have never displayed in the ip address bar  ipV6 ?  Are these ip addresses somehow replaced by simple ipV4 ?   :o

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Beta / Re: version 2.4
« Last post by surikat on January 05, 2020, 03:58:50 PM »
So, this is going like filling the bathtub, whereby 100 megabits = 1 faucet or gigabit = 10 faucets simultaneously and a flooding problem.  For connection speeds like that, HFS needs changed to schedule dealing with the data, pro-rata higher than accumulating it.

Instead of waiting for an update, I suggest that you buy the cheapest USB to 100 megabit Ethernet adapter from ebay, for $2.  So, just fix the ip address, aim HFS at it; and if you continue to have trouble, try (ethernet adapter settings of windows) set it to a lower speed.  Given the added adapter, you won't have to slow down your whole server; however, it will take another Ethernet cable.

Alternatively, you could try OpenMediaVault, which is a Linux-based operating system for x86 and many of the little ARM systems.  Or, for Windows, some FTP servers can do heavy duty workloads.

I Disabled the speed limit for single ip. And generally turn off the speed limit.

Set only Maximum simultaneous downloads for single address: 2

The program has stopped freezing!  Hallelujah!!!  This all happens to cause a speed limit.  Now everything is clear!

I will not have to limit the speed otherwise it will freeze.
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