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Sprague, Gary
Hi guys,

I have been working on a quicktime movie and TIFF files workflow using Lasso for our Graphic and Motion Graphics teams.

Using jQuery and a plugin called Dropzone.js (for Drag-n-Drop on the browser) I have been able to upload TIFFs and MOV files to deliver to other systems for processing.  Effectively we are making thumbnails and MP4 proxies for viewing by our producers.

I have proved out the TIFF file upload delivery as most of those files top out at 6MB.  When uploading MOV files I seem to be limited to 2GB.  When I go above 2 GB, the file upload stops short of the file size and Lasso returns the page, without error.  I have had Lasso return the file sizes that it thinks they are, and the files I tested at 4.8, 4.9 and 5.1 GB returned (approximate values) 570MB, 676MB and 878MB.

I started with Lasso 8.6 since that is what we are currently using for internal site.  When I realized that Lasso 8.6 is running as a 32-bit application, I assumed it was a 32 bit integer limit that I was contending with.  So I uninstalled Lasso 8.6 and installed Lasso 9.2.7, saw that it reports it is a 64-bit application, and tested again.  I am getting the same results.  Again, I'm assuming this is 32-bit integer issue, so Lasso assumes the file is done once it reaches the file size it thinks is being uploaded.

I do feel that it is Lasso as well, as I have gone through all of the Apache 2.2 configs, setting values like LimitRequestBody and LimitXMLRequestBody to 0 (unlimited).  I went ahead to try PHP with an upload script have had no problem uploading a 10GB file, so it is pointing at Lasso.

I was ready to go and buy another Lasso license the system that would be handling the file upload, but the 2GB cap prevents me from doing so.

Anyone else had similar experience?

Should this be reported as a bug?

Gary Sprague
TV Systems Engineer
HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
Office 727.872.4489
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Tim Taplin
I cant really think what the issue might be, but I'd like to see the code you're using to handle the file upload before you inspect the filesizes.

Tim Taplin

> On Jan 14, 2015, at 12:35 PM, Sprague, Gary <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi guys,
>
> I have been working on a quicktime movie and TIFF files workflow using Lasso for our Graphic and Motion Graphics teams.
>
> Using jQuery and a plugin called Dropzone.js (for Drag-n-Drop on the browser) I have been able to upload TIFFs and MOV files to deliver to other systems for processing.  Effectively we are making thumbnails and MP4 proxies for viewing by our producers.
>
> I have proved out the TIFF file upload delivery as most of those files top out at 6MB.  When uploading MOV files I seem to be limited to 2GB.  When I go above 2 GB, the file upload stops short of the file size and Lasso returns the page, without error.  I have had Lasso return the file sizes that it thinks they are, and the files I tested at 4.8, 4.9 and 5.1 GB returned (approximate values) 570MB, 676MB and 878MB.
>
> I started with Lasso 8.6 since that is what we are currently using for internal site.  When I realized that Lasso 8.6 is running as a 32-bit application, I assumed it was a 32 bit integer limit that I was contending with.  So I uninstalled Lasso 8.6 and installed Lasso 9.2.7, saw that it reports it is a 64-bit application, and tested again.  I am getting the same results.  Again, I'm assuming this is 32-bit integer issue, so Lasso assumes the file is done once it reaches the file size it thinks is being uploaded.
>
> I do feel that it is Lasso as well, as I have gone through all of the Apache 2.2 configs, setting values like LimitRequestBody and LimitXMLRequestBody to 0 (unlimited).  I went ahead to try PHP with an upload script have had no problem uploading a 10GB file, so it is pointing at Lasso.
>
> I was ready to go and buy another Lasso license the system that would be handling the file upload, but the 2GB cap prevents me from doing so.
>
> Anyone else had similar experience?
>
> Should this be reported as a bug?
>
> Gary Sprague
> TV Systems Engineer
> HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
> Office 727.872.4489
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Ke Carlton-3
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Hello,

Following the example here:
http://lassoguide.com/operations/requests-responses.html?highlight=uploads#web_request-
>fileUploads

I was able to upload a 2.6GB file without issue on OSX 10.9, Lasso 9.2.7:

random.mkv


   - //tmp/lassooBFJEt47200.uld
      - application/octet-stream
      - 2598002389
      - movie

So I suspect there are other issues at play in terms of your setup.

Ke


On 15 January 2015 at 08:35, Sprague, Gary <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> I have been working on a quicktime movie and TIFF files workflow using
> Lasso for our Graphic and Motion Graphics teams.
>
> Using jQuery and a plugin called Dropzone.js (for Drag-n-Drop on the
> browser) I have been able to upload TIFFs and MOV files to deliver to other
> systems for processing.  Effectively we are making thumbnails and MP4
> proxies for viewing by our producers.
>
> I have proved out the TIFF file upload delivery as most of those files top
> out at 6MB.  When uploading MOV files I seem to be limited to 2GB.  When I
> go above 2 GB, the file upload stops short of the file size and Lasso
> returns the page, without error.  I have had Lasso return the file sizes
> that it thinks they are, and the files I tested at 4.8, 4.9 and 5.1 GB
> returned (approximate values) 570MB, 676MB and 878MB.
>
> I started with Lasso 8.6 since that is what we are currently using for
> internal site.  When I realized that Lasso 8.6 is running as a 32-bit
> application, I assumed it was a 32 bit integer limit that I was contending
> with.  So I uninstalled Lasso 8.6 and installed Lasso 9.2.7, saw that it
> reports it is a 64-bit application, and tested again.  I am getting the
> same results.  Again, I'm assuming this is 32-bit integer issue, so Lasso
> assumes the file is done once it reaches the file size it thinks is being
> uploaded.
>
> I do feel that it is Lasso as well, as I have gone through all of the
> Apache 2.2 configs, setting values like LimitRequestBody and
> LimitXMLRequestBody to 0 (unlimited).  I went ahead to try PHP with an
> upload script have had no problem uploading a 10GB file, so it is pointing
> at Lasso.
>
> I was ready to go and buy another Lasso license the system that would be
> handling the file upload, but the 2GB cap prevents me from doing so.
>
> Anyone else had similar experience?
>
> Should this be reported as a bug?
>
> Gary Sprague
> TV Systems Engineer
> HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
> Office 727.872.4489
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Sprague, Gary
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Tim,

I usually send an email to myself with values so that I can track testing history.  Here is the code I'm testing with:

<?LassoScript

    local('error'       = string);

    local('response'   = map);

    local('root_dir'    = '/');

    local('allowed'     = array('image/tiff','video/quicktime'));

    inline(-username='myuser', -password='mypass');

        if(file_uploads->size >= 1 && file_exists('/Destination/') == true);

            iterate(file_uploads, local('filetemp'));
//Lasso 8.6 syntax
//                local('filepath' = #filetemp->find('Upload.Name'));
//                local('filetype' = #filetemp->find('Type'));
//                local('origname' = string(#filetemp->find('OrigName')));
//                local('filesize' = #filetemp->find('Size'));
//                local('origext'  = #filetemp->find('OrigExtension'));

//Lasso 9.2.7 syntax
                local('filepath' = #filetemp->find('tmpfilename')->get(1)->second);
                local('filetype' = #filetemp->find('contenttype')->get(1)->second);
                local('origname' = string(#filetemp->find('filename')->get(1)->second));
                local('filesize' = #filetemp->find('filesize')->get(1)->second);
                local('split_filename' = #origname->split('.'));
                local('origext'  = #split_filename->get(#split_filename->size));

//Sending out email with values for testing and troubleshooting
                email_send(
                    -host='smtp.myhost.com<http://smtp.myhost.com>',
                    -from='[hidden email]<mailto:from='[hidden email]>',
                    -to='[hidden email]<mailto:to='[hidden email]>',
                    -subject='File Attributes',
                    -body=#filetemp
                );

                if(#allowed->contains(#filetype)); // && #stillRegEx->Matches

                    //Here we rename and/or move the file
                    file_copy(#filepath, '/Destination/' + #origname , -fileoverwrite);

                    #response->insert('status' = 'OK');

                    file_currenterror(-errorcode ) != '0' ? #response->insert('error' = error_msg);

                /if;

                error_code != '0' ? #error += #response->insert('error' = error_msg);

            /iterate;

        /if;

    /inline;

//  Here we return the JSON object

    Content_Header += 'Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n';
    Content_Type('application/json');
    encode_json(#response);

?>

Gary Sprague
TV Systems Engineer
HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
Office 727.872.4489
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On Jan 14, 2015, at 3:59 PM, Tim Taplin <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
 wrote:

I cant really think what the issue might be, but I'd like to see the code you're using to handle the file upload before you inspect the filesizes.

Tim Taplin

On Jan 14, 2015, at 12:35 PM, Sprague, Gary <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

Hi guys,

I have been working on a quicktime movie and TIFF files workflow using Lasso for our Graphic and Motion Graphics teams.

Using jQuery and a plugin called Dropzone.js (for Drag-n-Drop on the browser) I have been able to upload TIFFs and MOV files to deliver to other systems for processing.  Effectively we are making thumbnails and MP4 proxies for viewing by our producers.

I have proved out the TIFF file upload delivery as most of those files top out at 6MB.  When uploading MOV files I seem to be limited to 2GB.  When I go above 2 GB, the file upload stops short of the file size and Lasso returns the page, without error.  I have had Lasso return the file sizes that it thinks they are, and the files I tested at 4.8, 4.9 and 5.1 GB returned (approximate values) 570MB, 676MB and 878MB.

I started with Lasso 8.6 since that is what we are currently using for internal site.  When I realized that Lasso 8.6 is running as a 32-bit application, I assumed it was a 32 bit integer limit that I was contending with.  So I uninstalled Lasso 8.6 and installed Lasso 9.2.7, saw that it reports it is a 64-bit application, and tested again.  I am getting the same results.  Again, I'm assuming this is 32-bit integer issue, so Lasso assumes the file is done once it reaches the file size it thinks is being uploaded.

I do feel that it is Lasso as well, as I have gone through all of the Apache 2.2 configs, setting values like LimitRequestBody and LimitXMLRequestBody to 0 (unlimited).  I went ahead to try PHP with an upload script have had no problem uploading a 10GB file, so it is pointing at Lasso.

I was ready to go and buy another Lasso license the system that would be handling the file upload, but the 2GB cap prevents me from doing so.

Anyone else had similar experience?

Should this be reported as a bug?

Gary Sprague
TV Systems Engineer
HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
Office 727.872.4489
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Sprague, Gary
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Hi Ke,

The limit may actually be 4GB, not 2GB.  I was doing a lot of testing yesterday and mixed up some of my findings.

I just retested with a 3.57 GB and a 3.99 GB without issue.

When I uploaded a 4.74 GB file (4,736,774,237 bytes), it only acknowledged 441 MB (441806701 bytes).

I haven't found a file just over the threshold of 4GB, but I'll keep looking or create one to test with.

(4GB is 4294967296 bytes)

Gary Sprague
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HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
Office 727.872.4489
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On Jan 14, 2015, at 4:07 PM, Ke Carlton <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

Hello,

Following the example here:
http://lassoguide.com/operations/requests-responses.html?highlight=uploads#web_request-
fileUploads

I was able to upload a 2.6GB file without issue on OSX 10.9, Lasso 9.2.7:

random.mkv


  - //tmp/lassooBFJEt47200.uld
     - application/octet-stream
     - 2598002389
     - movie

So I suspect there are other issues at play in terms of your setup.

Ke


On 15 January 2015 at 08:35, Sprague, Gary <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi guys,

I have been working on a quicktime movie and TIFF files workflow using
Lasso for our Graphic and Motion Graphics teams.

Using jQuery and a plugin called Dropzone.js (for Drag-n-Drop on the
browser) I have been able to upload TIFFs and MOV files to deliver to other
systems for processing.  Effectively we are making thumbnails and MP4
proxies for viewing by our producers.

I have proved out the TIFF file upload delivery as most of those files top
out at 6MB.  When uploading MOV files I seem to be limited to 2GB.  When I
go above 2 GB, the file upload stops short of the file size and Lasso
returns the page, without error.  I have had Lasso return the file sizes
that it thinks they are, and the files I tested at 4.8, 4.9 and 5.1 GB
returned (approximate values) 570MB, 676MB and 878MB.

I started with Lasso 8.6 since that is what we are currently using for
internal site.  When I realized that Lasso 8.6 is running as a 32-bit
application, I assumed it was a 32 bit integer limit that I was contending
with.  So I uninstalled Lasso 8.6 and installed Lasso 9.2.7, saw that it
reports it is a 64-bit application, and tested again.  I am getting the
same results.  Again, I'm assuming this is 32-bit integer issue, so Lasso
assumes the file is done once it reaches the file size it thinks is being
uploaded.

I do feel that it is Lasso as well, as I have gone through all of the
Apache 2.2 configs, setting values like LimitRequestBody and
LimitXMLRequestBody to 0 (unlimited).  I went ahead to try PHP with an
upload script have had no problem uploading a 10GB file, so it is pointing
at Lasso.

I was ready to go and buy another Lasso license the system that would be
handling the file upload, but the 2GB cap prevents me from doing so.

Anyone else had similar experience?

Should this be reported as a bug?

Gary Sprague
TV Systems Engineer
HSN, 1 HSN Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33729
Office 727.872.4489
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Jolle Carlestam-2
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14 jan 2015 kl. 20:35 skrev Sprague, Gary <[hidden email]>:

> Anyone else had similar experience?


I have tried uploading a large movie (ca 2.5 GB) and had no issues in the uploading. The test done using 9.3 and 9.2.7.

First, I highly recommend that you go grab my file uploading type. It makes unload handling so much easier.
https://gist.github.com/jolle-c/9957187

With it here’s the test code I used:


local(uploaded = jc_fileuploads(1))

if(#uploaded -> size)

        #uploaded -> filesize
        '<br />'
        #uploaded -> filename
        '<br />'
        #uploaded -> suffix
        #uploaded -> save(’/suitable/path/here/test.' + #uploaded -> suffix)
else
        '<form method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
        <input type="file" name="file">
        <input type="submit" value="send">
</form>'

/if

I first tried it with a small file, and then the really large movie. Both worked.
Suggest you do the same. Remember to set a proper path first, to somewhere that Lasso user has write privs.

If this works then you have some other error in your original setup. If it doesn’t report back the error message you get.

HDB
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Jolle Carlestam-2
> The limit may actually be 4GB, not 2GB. I was doing a lot of testing yesterday and mixed up some of my findings.
>
> I just retested with a 3.57 GB and a 3.99 GB without issue.
>
> When I uploaded a 4.74 GB file (4,736,774,237 bytes), it only acknowledged 441 MB (441806701 bytes).
>
> I haven't found a file just over the threshold of 4GB, but I'll keep looking or create one to test with.
>
> (4GB is 4294967296 bytes)

That was some new information to work with. And it looks like you’re right.
Ke and I have done some investigation.

Uploading files that large it seems that Lasso somewhere chokes on a 32 bit integer issue.

I tried two very large files 4GB+ using the test code I sent earlier. In both cases the file was copied to the destination before the upload was completed according to the browser. And in both cases it was smaller than the original.
Also, in both cases the difference between the uploaded file and the original was around 4,294,967,295. Something that Ke informed was the largest unsigned 32-bit number.
(Actually it was 4,294,969,306, but that is probably some header info explaining the difference in size.)

I am going to file a bug report on this and we’ll see what Lassosoft tells us about the issue tomorrow.

HDB
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Jolle Carlestam-2
15 jan 2015 kl. 00:22 skrev Jolle Carlestam <[hidden email]>:

> I am going to file a bug report on this and we’ll see what Lassosoft tells us about the issue tomorrow.

Rhino trac bug report filed.
ID: 7941

HDB
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RE: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Sprague, Gary
Thanks for taking time to validate my findings and filing  bug report.

Gary
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15 jan 2015 kl. 00:22 skrev Jolle Carlestam <[hidden email]>:

> I am going to file a bug report on this and we’ll see what Lassosoft tells us about the issue tomorrow.

Rhino trac bug report filed.
ID: 7941

HDB
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Steffan A. Cline
I just built the connector for 8.6 on CentOS 7.

In looking at the code, Kyle used int32_t. I changed this to int64_t and
it built.

Anyone wanna test it and see if it works for you to extend past this size
limit?



Thanks,
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>Thanks for taking time to validate my findings and filing  bug report.
>
>Gary
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>9.2
>
>15 jan 2015 kl. 00:22 skrev Jolle Carlestam <[hidden email]>:
>
>> I am going to file a bug report on this and we¹ll see what Lassosoft
>>tells us about the issue tomorrow.
>
>Rhino trac bug report filed.
>ID: 7941
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Jolle Carlestam-2
22 feb 2015 kl. 03:50 skrev Steffan A. Cline <[hidden email]>:

> I just built the connector for 8.6 on CentOS 7.
>
> In looking at the code, Kyle used int32_t. I changed this to int64_t and
> it built.
>
> Anyone wanna test it and see if it works for you to extend past this size
> limit?


Would that connector work for 9.3 as well?

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Jolle

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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Steffan A. Cline
No, it only works on 8.6

Where is the source for 9.3's connector?



Thanks,
Steffan

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On 2/22/15, 12:00 AM, "Jolle Carlestam" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>22 feb 2015 kl. 03:50 skrev Steffan A. Cline <[hidden email]>:
>
>> I just built the connector for 8.6 on CentOS 7.
>>
>> In looking at the code, Kyle used int32_t. I changed this to int64_t and
>> it built.
>>
>> Anyone wanna test it and see if it works for you to extend past this
>>size
>> limit?
>
>
>Would that connector work for 9.3 as well?
>
>HDB
>Jolle
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Re: File Upload Size Limits to 2GB on Lasso 8.6 and 9.2

Brad Lindsay
Looks like there’s three:

http://source.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/mod_lasso9/
http://source.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/mod_lasso9_apache24/
http://source.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/mod_lasso9_apache24_ubuntu/


Brad

On February 22, 2015 at 2:42:30 AM, Steffan A. Cline ([hidden email]) wrote:

> No, it only works on 8.6
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> Where is the source for 9.3's connector?
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>  
>  
> Thanks,
> Steffan
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> On 2/22/15, 12:00 AM, "Jolle Carlestam" wrote:
>  
> >22 feb 2015 kl. 03:50 skrev Steffan A. Cline :
> >
> >> I just built the connector for 8.6 on CentOS 7.
> >>
> >> In looking at the code, Kyle used int32_t. I changed this to int64_t and
> >> it built.
> >>
> >> Anyone wanna test it and see if it works for you to extend past this
> >>size
> >> limit?
> >
> >
> >Would that connector work for 9.3 as well?
> >
> >HDB
> >Jolle
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