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Re: limiting bandwith by querying mysql possible?

Piotr Sikora
January 20, 2010 02:10AM
> well parsing access logs, doesn't do the trick because each time a user
> tries to download a file, it actually calls my php script
>
> then the php script forwards with header and NginxXSendfile the file, then
> loses of course control..
>
> so parsing logs won't do any trick becase it's the same effect

Erm... In my opinion it does. You need to parse access logs for accounting
(ie. how many bytes user X downloaded so far) and in your PHP script you
need to verify if user is still allowed to download the next file. You
simply don't send X-Sendfile header when he's not. It should be as easy as
that.

Best regards,
Piotr Sikora < piotr.sikora@frickle.com >


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