FileUploadHandler not working, requests are always buffered.
|Reported by:||Owned by:||nobody|
|Severity:||Keywords:||fileuploadhandler buffering requests|
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I've got a problem with limiting the maximum size of a file uploaded
to my webapp. I subclassed FileUploadHandler and everything is working
fine, but only with Django development server.
When running on lighttpd or nginx with mod_fastcgi (actually it
behaves the same with apache + mod_python) my 'new_file' and
'receive_data_chunk' methods are called *after* whole request has been
uploaded to the server... And my intention is to raise SkipFile/
StopUpload when uploaded data exceeds 100 kB or it's not an image.
I thought it's a problem with the web servers, but since not one of them is actually working, it leads me to believe that it might be a problem with Django.
System: Ubuntu Linux 9.04, lighttpd-1.4.19, Django 1.0.2.
Steps to reproduce: attempt to upload an image file larger than 1 MB using attached upload handler.
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