[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #10612: Failure proposed upload exceeds the maximum allowed size
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Tue Feb 19 15:04:06 UTC 2019
#10612: Failure proposed upload exceeds the maximum allowed size
Reporter: MarkBlaise | Owner: dkocher
Type: defect | Status: assigned
Priority: normal | Milestone: 7.0
Component: cli | Version: 6.9.0
Severity: normal | Resolution:
Keywords: | Architecture: Intel
Platform: Windows 8.1 |
Comment (by donaldduckie):
Hi Mark & dkocher,
I am encountering the same issue uploading a 109.58GB file to AWS S3
Bucket configured with Glacier lifecycle (Transition after 0 day) using
macOS version of Cyberduck.
Had the same result as observed by Mark -> ''I could be wrong, but my
admittedly limited understanding is that the file is uploaded, part by
part, but in the end Cyberduck executes a PUT of the entire file.''
Here is the last PUT command executed by Cyberduck before the error
message is displayed:
PUT /***-to-glacier/***.mov HTTP/1.1
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2019 10:29:42 GMT
User-Agent: Cyberduck/188.8.131.52061 (Mac OS X/10.14.3) (x86_64)
Error message displayed by Cyberduck is the same: Your proposed upload
exceeds the maximum allowed size. Please contact your web hosting service
provider for assistance.
Would be grateful if Cyberduck team could look in this problem.
Thanks very much.
Replying to [comment:10 MarkBlaise]:
> I could be wrong, but my admittedly limited understanding is that the
file is uploaded, part by part, but in the end Cyberduck executes a PUT of
the '''''entire file'''''.
> From the Wasabi log, it seems that the maximum size of a "part" is 5
> I can say that I have successfully uploaded files as large as 35 GiB,
perhaps even 90 GiB. But these files are also larger than the 5 GiB
maximum part size, so it seems that Cyberduck does not always POST the
entire file - otherwise an upload of any file larger than 5 GiB would
> When and why Cyberduck POSTs the entire file at the end of the upload, I
Ticket URL: <https://trac.cyberduck.io/ticket/10612#comment:12>
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