The upload of files larger than 2GB browser

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I want to make the upload of large files to the site without using FTP. A good solution is to flash the bootloader, but apparently, flash is, in principle, does not understand the files larger than 2GB.

Suggested loader www.plupload.com/who is able to ship in different ways, google gears works fine in chrome and safari good will be shipped via html5 files of any size.
It would seem that all is well (at least, should be advised to install gears), but the most popular browser at Opera, and it only works flash and classic download via browser (html4). With it, the last on large files freezes and acceptable ways to display the progress of the download (even using modules the progress bar for the web server) no. And on files of this size, to see the progress very important.

Actually the question — maybe someone faced with loading large files (over 2 or even 4GB), as implemented? java unless you absolutely need to use if not wanted.
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The most important thing I forgot, lightweight uploader
Develop as an alternative to plupload, the site is not completed yet, but you can see examples.
From the pros:
— smaller code size
— specifically honed to work with the nginx + nginx upload module
as a consequence, paragraph 2 — child files
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Not sure but all the same: edit .htaccess will not work? For example:
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php_value upload_max_filesize 20M
php_value post_max_size 20M
php_value max_execution_time 200
php_value max_input_time 200
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There is still a limit on the size of the POST on the side a web server, for example my favorite lighttpd: server parameter.max-request-size-default cocked 2GB (header+body), and usually vary only in the bottom side.
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narod.yandex.ru/
flash Downloader, have personally uploaded a file of 4.5 Gb
If you've made Yandex, so can make any.
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Opera also works in silverlight and with it you can easily download files of any size, and very substantial advantage — can be shipped in small pieces.
With flashon the problem is the FileReference class, which is loaded, can not read the file at offset, there is only one method load() which loads the file completely into memory of the computer and even on a 500MB file can hang the machine with 2GB of RAM on Board.
Loading chunks is a huge plus that almost excludes the effect of all proxies on the path of the file from the browser to your server (such proxy includes some antiviruses) that [proxy] can cause failure of the download due to timeouts.
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Maybe silverlite file size 64-bit.
Take my loader and check to see who's stopping you?
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