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DataObjectManager Module

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File Uploads fail randomly


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vstrazz

3 September 2009 at 5:31am Community Member, 63 Posts

Hey guys,

I seem to have an issue with file uploads randomly failing when uploading more than one file through a DOM. When uploading multiple files, some will randomly pause and say "server did not accept file" It seems it's a SWFUpload issue more than a DOM issue. SWFDebug gives me I/O error 2038.

Just wondering if anyone has experience with this.

Also, it doesn't seem to affect XP machines, or MACS. Just any browser on Vista.

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vstrazz

15 September 2009 at 5:04am Community Member, 63 Posts

Anyone got any ideas?

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UncleCheese

16 September 2009 at 2:02am 4085 Posts

Sounds like there are some issues with Vista. First I've heard of it, though.

http://swfupload.org/forum/generaldiscussion/92

Also, make sure mod_security isn't running. That's a big one.

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vstrazz

16 September 2009 at 2:15am Community Member, 63 Posts

Thanks for the reply,

mod_security is not running currently. What's interesting is we tried another swfupload style uploading solution, and it also fails (outside of silverstripe). And it is using SWFObject.

I think this is a Adobe issue, more so than a SWFUpload / SWFObject issue.

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vstrazz

16 September 2009 at 2:43am Community Member, 63 Posts

Update: We tried this on another server we have, and it seems to be working fine on that box. Now we just need to figure out why...

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vstrazz

22 September 2009 at 4:33am Community Member, 63 Posts

It seems that we we're hitting a limit on our server. We resolved that, and it still doesn't work. It uploads part of the way then just stops. it doesn't even get to the upload handler.

:(

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UncleCheese

22 September 2009 at 5:36am 4085 Posts

If you're tech savvy, use WireShark to packet sniff the response and provided you have good error reporting, you should be able to get some nice readable errors back from your server.

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vstrazz

23 September 2009 at 6:39am Community Member, 63 Posts

I Used wire shark to no avail. Media Temple has some sort of proxy / weird configuration on their servers, and it's not having it. Our solution. New Host.

Good luck to anyone else who has this issue.

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