file server

file server

Post by cras » Mon, 30 Apr 2001 21:28:42



my Mars-Nwe (rl8139 NIC) server, while 4-5 clients read write data, then
down!
 Client screen is "Network Error", after reboot, then"Server have no
free socket to connect".

Help me!!

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What web servers out there support advanced document control?
By "advanced document control" I mean the following:

1. Users can go to a web page that shows icons representing
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   The user can click on the icon to check out a file.  The
   file is downloaded to the host running the browser and the
   cooresponding application is spawned so they can edit, view
   etc... the file.  (This part is easy...)

2. After editing the file they can "save" it to the web server
   (this is the tricky part).  The web server is smart enough to
   unlock the file (allow others to "check it out") once it is
   returned and optionally store the old version.

Is there a module for apache or features of NES 2.0 to allow this
or would something like this involve some sort of custom ftp'ing
scripts to grab the file from the host that checked it out after
the file was saved to the local disk by the application?

Thanks for any input...

        - Dan

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