Receiving large files with @tornado.web.stream_request_body

Nagy László Zsolt gandalf at shopzeus.com
Wed Sep 24 22:41:24 CEST 2014


2014.09.24. 16:31 keltezéssel, Nagy László Zsolt írta:
> @tornado.web.stream_request_body
>> class PostFilesHandler(tornado.web.RequestHandler):
>>     def post(self):
>>         for postfile in self.request.files:
>>                 print("File info:",postfile) # There is no 
>> postfile["body"] here!!!
>>
>>     def prepare(self):
>>         self.temp_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(delete=False)
>>
>>     def data_received(self, chunk):
>>         self.temp_file.write(chunk) # This is great but which file is 
>> this???
>>
>>
> I have found out that the raw post data is stored there. Extracting 
> file contents from that raw file is possible. However, the provisional 
> email.contentmanager class does not provide methods for extracting 
> streams from a mime message. Which is bad, because nobody wants to 
> load a huge mime message into memory (for example, a DVD iso file...)

I wrote my own solution in the meantime, that can parse any large POST 
request into temporary files without using too much memory. If anyone is 
interested I can post it here.


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