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How to make LOCAL copying="UPLOAD" faster?

on Apr 27, 2017

"Uploading" files in Zeronet is the equivalent of moving a file to the appropriate folder.

Oddly, this procedure of copying a file to the zeronet data folder is taking extremely long.

In theory, "uploading" a file should take roughly the same time as to "Transfer a file locally from an internal storage place to the Zeronet Data-Cache folder", which should be very fast, as it doesnt need to be "uploaded" anywhere outside of a users datafolder.

After it has been added it is only when someone requests that file, that it actually gets "uploaded".

Therefore anyone has an idea how to make "copying a file to ones data folder" to make it available on zeronet faster as its currently done in IFS?

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user_name1 day ago
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zerolordon Jan 16, 2019
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Is this abandoned project ?

eibrielon Mar 14, 2018
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Hi!, the link on the IFS zite to the Blog is wrong

p2pon May 11, 2017
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yes, really slow!
probably you have to ask @nofish

cudaon Apr 28, 2017
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Each node randomly download files.

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