Provides a proxy for django file storage, that allows you to upload files locally and eventually serve them remotely. A local fork for trying out some enhancements.
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django-queued-storage ================= This is a storage backend that allows you specify a local and a remote storage backend. It will upload locally and then queue up the transfer to your remote backend. If any request for the file occur before the file gets to the remote backend your local backend will be used. Once the file has been successfully transferred to the remote backend all request for the file will use the remote backend. This backend requires celery, which is used for the queuing. Example ---------------------------- >>>from queued_storage.backend import QueuedRemoteStorage >>>storage = QueuedRemoteStorage(local='django.core.files.storage.FileSystemStorage', remote='backends.s3boto.S3BotoStorage') >>>storage.save(fname, file) >>>storage.url(fname) <<<u'/uploads/myfile.jpg' >>>storage.using_local(fname) <<<True >>>storage.using_remote(fname) <<<False >>>time.sleep(30) >>>storage.url(fname) <<<u'http://mybucket.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/myfile.jpg' >>>storage.using_local(fname) <<<False >>>storage.using_remote(fname) <<<True Installation ---------------------------- 1. Make sure celery is installed and running http://ask.github.com/celery/introduction.html 2. Make sure you have a cache backend set up. 3. Add the backend to the storage argument of a FileField image = ImageField(storage=QueuedRemoteStorage(local='django.core.files.storage.FileSystemStorage', remote='backends.s3boto.S3BotoStorage'), upload_to='uploads')