Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 980658
As a sysadmin I want uploaded files to be stored outside the database so that database performance is not negatively impacted
Last modified: 2013-11-26 22:31:38 EST
Description of problem:
Zanata currently stores uploaded files (for any type except .po, .pot, .properties, .xliff) in the main database as blobs. This bloats the database and can affect performance and greatly increase backup time. The file system or a separate document-based database would be more appropriate document file storage locations.
Uploaded plain-text, LibreOffice and InDesign documents are stored in the main Zanata database.
Uploaded plain-text, LibreOffice and InDesign documents are stored on the file system.
Moved storage for raw documents to file system in configured location.
For config, see https://github.com/zanata/zanata-server/wiki/3.1-Database-Update
Note: for multiple-part uploads, parts are still stored in the database and are removed when the upload is complete. This should be migrated to the file system separately.
(In reply to David Mason from comment #1)
> For config, see
This page is obsolete. Instead, find information on config at https://github.com/zanata/zanata-server/wiki/Document-Storage-Directory
Verified at 5bf0f1eadda3c43c780c06cdbdb9746bae49215d
Closing VERIFIED bugs which predate Zanata 3.1.2.