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Retrieves a file from the FTP server and writes it to a local file (non-blocking)


ftp_nb_get

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5)

ftp_nb_getRetrieves a file from the FTP server and writes it to a local file (non-blocking)

Description

int ftp_nb_get ( resource $ftp_stream , string $local_file , string $remote_file , int $mode [, int $resumepos = 0 ] )

ftp_nb_get() retrieves a remote file from the FTP server, and saves it into a local file.

The difference between this function and ftp_get() is that this function retrieves the file asynchronously, so your program can perform other operations while the file is being downloaded.

Parameters

ftp_stream

The link identifier of the FTP connection.

local_file

The local file path (will be overwritten if the file already exists).

remote_file

The remote file path.

mode

The transfer mode. Must be either FTP_ASCII or FTP_BINARY.

resumepos

The position in the remote file to start downloading from.

Return Values

Returns FTP_FAILED or FTP_FINISHED or FTP_MOREDATA.

Examples

Example #1 ftp_nb_get() example

<?php

// Initate the download
$ret ftp_nb_get($my_connection"test""README"FTP_BINARY);
while (
$ret == FTP_MOREDATA) {
   
   
// Do whatever you want
   
echo ".";

   
// Continue downloading...
   
$ret ftp_nb_continue($my_connection);
}
if (
$ret != FTP_FINISHED) {
   echo 
"There was an error downloading the file...";
   exit(
1);
}
?>

Example #2 Resuming a download with ftp_nb_get()

<?php

// Initate 
$ret ftp_nb_get($my_connection"test""README"FTP_BINARY
                      
filesize("test"));
// OR: $ret = ftp_nb_get($my_connection, "test", "README", 
//                           FTP_BINARY, FTP_AUTORESUME);
while ($ret == FTP_MOREDATA) {
   
   
// Do whatever you want
   
echo ".";

   
// Continue downloading...
   
$ret ftp_nb_continue($my_connection);
}
if (
$ret != FTP_FINISHED) {
   echo 
"There was an error downloading the file...";
   exit(
1);
}
?>

Example #3 Resuming a download at position 100 to a new file with ftp_nb_get()

<?php

// Disable Autoseek
ftp_set_option($my_connectionFTP_AUTOSEEKfalse);

// Initiate
$ret ftp_nb_get($my_connection"newfile""README"FTP_BINARY100);
while (
$ret == FTP_MOREDATA) {

   
/* ... */
   
   // Continue downloading...
   
$ret ftp_nb_continue($my_connection);
}
?>

In the example above, newfile is 100 bytes smaller than README on the FTP server because we started reading at offset 100. If we didn't disable FTP_AUTOSEEK, the first 100 bytes of newfile would be '\0'.

See Also

  • ftp_nb_fget() - Retrieves a file from the FTP server and writes it to an open file (non-blocking)
  • ftp_nb_continue() - Continues retrieving/sending a file (non-blocking)
  • ftp_fget() - Downloads a file from the FTP server and saves to an open file
  • ftp_get() - Downloads a file from the FTP server



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