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How HttpWebRequest write works?

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I wrote a small client-server web application using ASP.NET . In this application, I am trying to upload/download files from client to server and viceversa. If the file size is small its working fine. But in Linux, when I am trying to upload a file (375MB) from the web interface, it times out after some time and returns "Storage Server out of space". Some times it also says "/temp/wwrun-temp-aspnet-0" folder was out of space.

I observed that /tmp is around 512MB of LVM partition. When I increased its size to 2GB LVM partition, it is working fine. How to handle the issue of /tmp size?

Can some body tell me how "HttpWebRequest" write works?
Feb 9 '09 #1
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