We've got a modsecurity WAF protecting
a Docushare server, which uses POSTs for file uploads (ie not PUT)
Users need to upload DVDs to the site - which means 4Gig+ POSTs. I
think they have to go through RAM before hitting disk? Apache has
a "LimitRequestBody" variable which appears to have a hardwired
limit of 2G - but also says it doesn't apply to proxy connections
- so I don't know if that's even relevant.
Can someone confirm or deny such large POSTs are possible? I'm
wondering if these POSTs can actually be buffered to disk as this
WAF only has 4G RAM and I want to know if I have to get more RAM
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