On Sun, 22 Jul 2012 12:45:57 -0700 (PDT)
Volker Braun <vbrau...@gmail.com
> Thread necromancy!
> Its likely that the problem is a limit set in the web server used
> (e.g. nginx client_max_body_size defaults to 1m) or a caching proxy
> server that some ISP helpfully deployed and is less transparent than
> one might think.
I'm not sure about ISP's of the sagenb.kaist.ac.kr
and my friend's
server. Maybe they apply some limitations. The only thing I know for
sure about my friend's server is that it does not work through any
separate web-server (e.g. Apache, lighttpd, nginx etc.). It is Sage's
web-server that listens directly the 8000 port.
As for my local Sage-server on my laptop, obviously, there is now ISP
or another web-server between it and my web-browser. But the problem is
> If you want to get to the bottom of it, check the logs and/or sniff
> the http traffic and see what happens. Does the upload end in a HTTP
> error code 413 ("Request Entity Too Large")?
I'd try that. Could you please give me a hint how to do that?
> On Sunday, July 22, 2012 2:03:04 AM UTC-4, v_2e wrote:
> > I'm sorry to bring up this old topic, but years are passing by
> > and the problem is still there.
> > It has been discussed at lease
> > here -
> > https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-support/cnhDqWPHj7M/discussion
> > here -
> > https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-support/zWZZUMKNxcU/discussion
> > and here -
> > http://ask.sagemath.org/question/961/large-worksheet-upload-to-notebook
> > and still there is no clean solution to transfer the large
> > worksheet files from one server to another. I described a way to do
> > this when one owns the server in the abovementioned AskSage topic,
> > but it is impossible to use for uploading the large files to
> > somebody else's remote Sage-server. Here is, for example, a comment
> > in that topic (which was left unanswered because of the lack of
> > comment notifications sent by AskSage at that time):
> > "But Jason, is there a way to get this to always work? It sounds
> > like v_2e is suggesting this doesn't actually always happen.
> > kcrisman <http://ask.sagemath.org/users/41/kcrisman/
> (Dec 06 '11)"
> > I tried to upload one of my worksheets (about 11 MB in size) to
> > several Sage servers today:
> > - my local server on localhost:8000 (running Sage 5.1);
> > - my friend's remote Sage 4.7 server;
> > - to the sagenb.kaist.ac.kr
server (Sage 5.0);
> > - to sagenb.org
server (Sage 5.0).
> > The only successful upload was performed with sagenb.org
. All other
> > servers including my local one have never finished this upload.
> > So, summarizing all said above, one can clearly see that the
> > problem is widespread, but sagenb.org
's example shows that is can
> > be solved somehow. The question is: How to solve it?
> > Thank you.
> > Vladimir