As I’m working on this new project based on image uploads, my brains
buzzing with all the stuff I’m reading to try and make the project
scalable from day one. As I said in another thread, it’s much calmer for
me to ask now than when I’m screaming “Help my server’s melting”
Seeing as there’s a MogileFS module for nginx, I thought it would be th
best option for seamlessly adding storage if we’re successful. I’ve been
looking at the docs (http://www.grid.net.ru/nginx/mogilefs.en.html) and
I’m curious how I can make the operations more transparent and seamless
for php operations.
Uisng this example locations, if I referenced an image in a webpage as
/download/abc.jpg it would serve up the file referenced with the
And I see they have an example location of /upload for adding/deleting
files. Is there a special way that php has to add the files to that
location, since it’s been set up on a web server? While the /download
location seems pretty easy to deal with an a webserver, I’m wondering if
there’s a way for PHP to interact with the adding, deleting, etc of
in a way that’s more like dealing with a local filesystem.
Thanks for any advice.