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ftp_nb_put

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5)

ftp_nb_putSalva un file sul server FTP in modalita' non bloccante

Descrizione

int ftp_nb_put ( resource $ftp_stream , string $remote_file , string $local_file , int $mode [, int $startpos ] )

La funzione ftp_nb_put() salva local_file sul server FTP come remote_file. La modalita' di trasferimento, mode specificata deve essere FTP_ASCII oppure FTP_BINARY. La differenza tra questa funzione e la funzione ftp_put() e' che questa funzione trasferisce il file in modo asincrono, cosicche' il programma puo' eseguire altre operazioni durante il trasferimento.

Restituisce FTP_FAILED, FTP_FINISHED, oppure FTP_MOREDATA.

Example #1 Esempio di funzione ftp_nb_put()

<?php

// Inizia il trasferimento
$ret ftp_nb_put($my_connection"test.remote""test.local"FTP_BINARY);
while (
$ret == FTP_MOREDATA) {
   
   
// esegue altre operazioni
   
echo ".";

   
// continua il trasferimento...
   
$ret ftp_nb_continue($my_connection);
}
if (
$ret != FTP_FINISHED) {
   echo 
"Errore nel trasferimento del file...";
   exit(
1);
}
?>

Example #2 Ripresa di un trasferimento con ftp_nb_put()

<?php

// Inizio
$ret ftp_nb_put($my_connection"test.remote""test.local"
                      
FTP_BINARYftp_size("test.remote"));
// oppure: $ret = ftp_nb_put($my_connection, "test.remote", "test.local", 
//                           FTP_BINARY, FTP_AUTORESUME);

while ($ret == FTP_MOREDATA) {
   
   
// esegue altre operazioni
   
echo ".";

   
// Continua il trasferimento...
   
$ret ftp_nb_continue($my_connection);
}
if (
$ret != FTP_FINISHED) {
   echo 
"Errore nel trasferimento del file...";
   exit(
1);
}
?>

Vedere anche ftp_nb_fput(), ftp_nb_continue(), ftp_put(), e ftp_fput().

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User Contributed Notes 6 notes

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WebSee.ru
5 years ago
How to realize the possibility of transferring data from one FTP-server to another via FXP:

<?php
// ...

$ansver = ftp_raw($ftp_conn1, 'PASV');

if (
intval($ansver[0]) == 227) {
   
ftp_raw($ftp_conn2, 'PORT '.substr($ansver[0], $n = strpos($ansver[0], '(') + 1, strpos($m[0], ')', $n) - $n));
   
ftp_raw($ftp_conn1, 'STOR '.$filename); // need asynchronously (non-blocking)
   
ftp_raw($ftp_conn2, 'RETR '.$filename);
}
?>
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Ariel asphp at dsgml dot com
8 years ago
Don't add a sleep() inside the loop. If you do you will severely slow down the upload.

In my tests, each time through the loop it send about 2.5K, looping about 220 times per second. (Which is very little.)

You won't necessarily get the same numbers as me per loop, but clearly PHP does it's own management of the loop so that you don't consume all the CPU on the server.
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ted at hostleft dot com
9 years ago
If you receive an error like: 

Warning:  ftp_nb_put(): Unable to service PORT commands in /path/to/file.php on line 27

verify whether you need to be in PASV mode. You can go into PASV mode by declaring

>  ftp_pasv($cnx,TRUE);
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manu at manux dot org
9 years ago
When using non blocking functions if you try to disconnect while your non blocking operation is in progress the disconnect command will not work until the operation is not finished.
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kaiohken1982 at hotmail dot com
7 years ago
Hi,
I tried to use both ftp_put() and ftp_nb_put() adding the
variable $start = date("Y:m:d h:i:s"); at the begin of the script and the variable $end = date("Y:m:d h:i:s"); at its end, after the file upload function.
With the gprs connection I'm now using and trying to upload a .jpg file of 67,5 kb the time difference between $start and $end was 40 seconds in both cases, so I can suppose that there is no difference between these upload function.
The difference comes if you put anything inside the while ($ftp_upload == FTP_MOREDATA) loop.
I hope this note can help.
Regards
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brandon dot farber at gmail dot com
8 years ago
I couldn't see this noted anywhere...

ftp_nb_put apparently takes a much much longer time to upload the file than ftp_put (I haven't done any packet sniffing or logging tests to find out why).  I was using a script, nearly identical to the example above, and a 100KB file had only uploaded 3.99KB after about 8 minutes!  The php script naturally timed out before it was complete.

I changed my function to use ftp_put, got rid of the loop to check FTP_MOREDATA (as you will see in the example above), and the same script uploaded 2.2MB within 30 seconds with no other changes.

If you're using this function instead of ftp_put *purely to try to speed up your script* and it's taking a long time, you might want to try ftp_put instead.
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