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Ok, basically using the program to upload a largish Movie File, in this Case 307MB, basically crashes with this Error Message:
Out of memory during "large" request for 536875008 bytes, total sbrk() is 7065600 bytes at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.9/HTTP/Request/Common.pm line 160.
I assume this is a Process Limit on my System, FreeBSD 7.1 . I think it would be better if we would read a File to be uploaded chunk by chunk, and send it chunk by chunk, so that the Amount of Memory used stays the same, even if we upload a 1GB Movie or whatever Youtubes Limit is. I'll read up on how to fix this, hope others will work on it too.
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