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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Issue with IN_CLOSE_WRITE Event Of incrond Post 302886054 by Corona688 on Wednesday 29th of January 2014 01:02:35 PM
Old 01-29-2014
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Originally Posted by Ariean
Uploader/Client can put a file in one location, i have to come up with the script to move the file to a different directory. But since the file system event is triggered/ing even before the file has been completely transfered, i can't move the file as it will move only partial file? isn't it. please correct me if i am wrong.
It is the uploader's job to move the file.

Only the uploader will know when it is complete.

If you cannot get the uploader to somehow signal completion, workarounds will be very ugly and potentially unreliable -- if you check timestamps, how can you tell the difference between a broken, stalled, or finished upload? You can't...
 
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EVENT(3)								 1								  EVENT(3)

The Event class

INTRODUCTION
Event class represents and event firing on a file descriptor being ready to read from or write to; a file descriptor becoming ready to read from or write to(edge-triggered I/O only); a timeout expiring; a signal occuring; a user-triggered event. Every event is associated with EventBase . However, event will never fire until it is added (via Event::add ). An added event remains in pending state until the registered event occurs, thus turning it to active state. To handle events user may register a callback which is called when event becomes active. If event is configured persistent , it remains pending. If it is not persistent, it stops being pending when it's callback runs. Event::del method deletes event, thus making it non-pending. By means of Event::add method it could be added again. CLASS SYNOPSIS
Event final Event Constants o const integer$Event::ET32 o const integer$Event::PERSIST16 o const integer$Event::READ2 o const integer$Event::WRITE4 o const integer$Event::SIGNAL8 o const integer$Event::TIMEOUT1 Properties o publicreadonly bool$pending Methods o public bool Event::add ([double $timeout]) o public bool Event::addSignal ([double $timeout]) o public bool Event::addTimer ([double $timeout]) o public Event::__construct (EventBase $base, mixed $fd, int $what, callable $cb, [mixed $arg = NULL]) o public bool Event::del (void ) o public bool Event::delSignal (void ) o public bool Event::delTimer (void ) o public void Event::free (void ) o publicstatic array Event::getSupportedMethods (void ) o public bool Event::pending (int $flags) o public bool Event::set (EventBase $base, mixed $fd, [int $what], [callable $cb], [mixed $arg]) o public bool Event::setPriority (int $priority) o public bool Event::setTimer (EventBase $base, callable $cb, [mixed $arg]) o publicstatic Event Event::signal (EventBase $base, int $signum, callable $cb, [mixed $arg]) o publicstatic Event Event::timer (EventBase $base, callable $cb, [mixed $arg]) PROPERTIES
o $pending - Whether event is pending. See About event persistence . PREDEFINED CONSTANTS
o Event::ET - Indicates that the event should be edge-triggered, if the underlying event base backend supports edge-triggered events. This affects the semantics of Event::READ and Event::WRITE . o Event::PERSIST - Indicates that the event is persistent. See About event persistence . o Event::READ - This flag indicates an event that becomes active when the provided file descriptor(usually a stream resource, or socket) is ready for reading. o Event::WRITE - This flag indicates an event that becomes active when the provided file descriptor(usually a stream resource, or socket) is ready for reading. o Event::SIGNAL - Used to implement signal detection. See "Constructing signal events" below. o Event::TIMEOUT - This flag indicates an event that becomes active after a timeout elapses. The Event::TIMEOUT flag is ignored when constructing an event: one can either set a timeout when event is added , or not. It is set in the $what argument to the callback function when a timeout has occurred. PHP Documentation Group EVENT(3)

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