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Subject:Problem with Create Zip File
Summary:Memory size problem with with Create Zip File
Messages:4
Author:Sudipto
Date:2007-11-30 14:58:39
Update:2009-11-12 01:06:56
 

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Sudipto
2007-11-30 14:58:39
I am using PHP Version - 5.2.4 and getting the following error when creating a zip file using the Create Zip File package.

The error i am getting is -

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 50331648 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 18853848 bytes).

Please let me know how to resolve this error.

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Er. Rochak Chauhan
2007-12-02 16:52:42 - In reply to message 1 from Sudipto
Hi check your phpinfo and look for "memory_limit"
The issue is with it. Apparently the zip file you are trying to create is over this size limit.

The solution is simple ! increase the memory limit using

ini_set("memory_limit", "2048M");

2048M depends on the desired zip file and on your server.
Good luck !

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Attila Wind
2009-08-11 09:20:33 - In reply to message 2 from Er. Rochak Chauhan
Hi,

Good work!
But I noticed it needs a lot of memory to generate the .zip:
- growing .zip stream is kept in memory during the process
- adding a new file requires filesize*4 bytes additional free memory

I tried to decrease this.
Check this out:
http://www.cygnussystems.hu/php/ZipClass.html

best
Attila

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Anon E Mouse
2009-11-12 01:06:56 - In reply to message 3 from Attila Wind
That is brilliant Attila, thank you!

It took me a little while to figure out how to use it but it works perfectly, solves the memory problem you are a legend.

Here is an example page others can use to modify, to use Attila's updated version of this great class.

Thanks to Rochak too, for creating the class to begin with.


Example using Attila's version of the class:


<?php

set_time_limit(0);

include "conn_doc.php";

include_once("zipfile.inc.php");

while(list($key,$value)= each($_GET)){
$$key = $value; // this line does the actual creation and assignment of variables
}

echo("<html><head></head><body>");
echo('<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" color="#000066" size="3"> Zipping your files now, please be patient....<BR>');
flush();


$directoryToZip="./"; // This will zip file(s) in this present working directory
//$outputDir="/"; // The desired output directory. NOTE: leaving it that way made some weird msg unzipping
$outputDir="/yourfiles/"; // The desired output directory.

$createZipFile=new CreateZipFile;

$rand=(rand()%9999);
$zipName=$JobID."-".$rand.".zip";
$fd=fopen($zipName, "wb");
$createZipFile->ZipFile($fd);

$createZipFile->addDirectory($outputDir);

$sql = "SELECT * from Job WHERE JobID=".$JobID." ORDER BY IncludeInList DESC, Priority";
$ri = mysql_query($sql);
for ($count = 1; $row = mysql_fetch_row ($ri); ++$count)
{
$Movie=$row[20];
If ($Movie){
// Code to Zip a single file
$fileToZip=$Movie;
$createZipFile->addFile($directoryToZip.$fileToZip, $outputDir.$fileToZip);
echo("adding ".$fileToZip."<BR>");
flush();
} // end If Movie

} //finish the Job recordset For Loop

mysql_close ();

$createZipFile->close($fd);

echo("Successfully created file ready for downloading");

echo('<BR><BR><A HREF="'.$zipName.'"><font size=+2><B>Click here to Download the zip file</B></font></A>');

echo("</font></body></html>");

?>