Re: problem with large file upload using ssl
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 12:08:44 -0800
On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 08:27:14PM +0100, Marco Vujevic [Steinberger IT] wrote:
> --trace-ascii is following below.
Note that you've just given your password away in the logs you just sent.
> Unfortunately we cant try against another server because we need to talk to that specific kind sever(webservice).
> I tried several times, and the resulting trace file is always 110kb big, no matter how long I keep curl running.
> The commandline:
> D:\>curl -k -XPUT -uAdministrator:xxx -T"D:\3gb_sized_file.dmp"
> &dsName=standard" -g --trace-ascii test4.txt -#
> The upload targets a webservice, and as said before works fine with files up to 2gb.
> I'll cut out a part in the middle, this is the result:
Does the log end right there? curl should say something about what happens
to the connection at the end. What is the result of curl --version? Do you
see any difference if you use the -0 option to bypass the Expect: 100-continue
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