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How to see how much bandwidth I’ve used in my 60 days trials with Digital Ocean Space?
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At the moment we only show bandwidth usage for Spaces in your daily invoice when you go over the 1 TB monthly allocation. We would like to provide this data elsewhere in the UI soon.
Until yesterday I could upload files greater than 100 MB, but from today I get an error
Files of size 100MB were not successfully transferred and ended up displaying error (cp: failed to close Operation not permitted).
s3fs#demo /media/digital-demo fuse nonempty,allow_other,_netdev,nosuid,nodev,default_acl=public-read,url=https://ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com 0 0
I am using POWWEB as my hosting service, and they currently are using PHP 5.3. When I try to install, I get a message that PHP Ver 5.4 prerequisite error. I have contact their admin, and all they will tell me is that are going to upgrade, but there is no ETA - in-other-words, an answer to get me off of the phone. Is there a version that can be installed that may possibly work with PHP 5.3 or a work-around?
I'm considering moving from AWS S3 to Digital Ocean's Spaces **but** I read in the documentation something that doesn't make much sense to me for an object storage (at least for my use case) and I hope someone could clarify things:
In the documentation it says to **avoid small files** (less than 1MB) and the minimum optimal file size for best performance is 20MB. However in the case of static assets for websites and apps **small files is what you want to have**. A good case would be if all assets in a website are smaller than 1MB. So almost 99% of the uploads my users make is image files less than 1MB.
Then my app makes thumbnails of those images to make even smaller sized images to improve performance. Less file size = more speed.
So does this make Spaces not a good solution for my use case? If I was to use Spaces how would I do that efficiently with small files. (Other than combing them into one larger file.)
Trying to install Apache on a Debian droplet, but I keep getting messages that apache2 wasn't found. What should I do?