I have uploaded >50MB single mp4 file to Spaces using Laravel, then I look at my bucket and see the storage usage is increased, but the file I’ve been uploaded doesn’t exist in control panel. I look at the docs and notice:
If you have a large number of objects or multi-part uploads, you may not be able to view all your objects in the control panel. You can still view all the objects using the Spaces API and s3-compatible tools such as s3cmd or AWS S3.
I try to view all my objects in Spaces with this line of code but it doesn’t show that uploaded file (but any other objects which appears in control panel, are appeared in this too):
$files = Storage::allFiles($directory); dd($files);
I’m stuck and I assume that my file has been uploaded and split into multi-part objects. The problem is, I need to know the filename (of the uploaded file, not original filename) to save it to the database. I used to do this before:
//Validate request $validatedData = $request->validate([ ... "video_trailer" => "required" ]); //Upload to Spaces $validatedData["video_trailer"] = Storage::put( "video-trailer", $request->file("video_trailer") ); //Insert into Database DBname::create($validatedData);
But when I dump and die the $validatedData[“video_trailer”] is return FALSE, and then when I look at the database table, the value of column video_trailer is 0. So how to get the filename of the uploaded file? or there is any alternative solution for that (like try to upload to Spaces in different ways)? or did I do something wrong?. Sorry for bad english, I’m new in Spaces and S3, and I’ll be Thank You so much if you helping me.
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