A costumer of mine was trying to send me a 19GB file over Amazon S3, but we found there is a 5GB for a limit for single PUT. So instead of using amazon s3 directly I was reading the Digital Ocean Spaces docs and it does not say explicitly but it kind of lets you think you can upload very big files (it does not say how big) using a third-party client or the DigitalOcean API such as Cyberduck. So can i upload a 19 GB file to Spaces using Cyberduck / Transmit?
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