[Twisted-Python] Couched 0.1: CouchDB twisted client

Manlio Perillo manlio_perillo at libero.it
Wed Sep 10 02:00:59 MDT 2008

Henrik Thostrup Jensen ha scritto:
> 2008/9/5 Jean-Paul Calderone <exarkun at divmod.com 
> <mailto:exarkun at divmod.com>>
>     On Fri, 5 Sep 2008 09:48:08 +0200, Henrik Thostrup Jensen
>     <thostrup at gmail.com <mailto:thostrup at gmail.com>> wrote:
>         [snip]
>         Twisted web is currently not an option (I need request
>         pipelining and http 1.1).
>     Which other HTTP 1.1 features do you need?
> HTTP 1.1 status codes, notable 303 (see other). I could probably use 
> 302, but 303 is the "correct" behaviour for my case. This should be 
> relatively easy to implement.
> Furthermore I need the server to support large uploads (last i checked 
> the 640K limitation was still there) and downloads, and with reasonable 
> efficiancy.  

You can try to use Nginx with the upload module

The upload module parse the multipart/form-data entity body, and saves 
all file fields to temporary files.

The backend server receive a multipart/form-data entity body where each 
file field is replaced with several fields: *_name, *_content_type, 
*_file_name, *_tmp_path (names are configurable).

 > [...]

Manlio Perillo

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