2016-05-16 20:36
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echo + fread一个文件下载会导致什么开销?

If I have a php script that does nothing but the following...

$file = fopen($path, "r");
flock($file, LOCK_SH);

echo fread($file, filesize($path));

flock($file, LOCK_UN);
fclose($file); much overhead is caused by accessing the script from a browser as opposed to simply accessing the actual file? Internally, is the entire file copied to some kind of buffer and then spit out again or is it nearly the same thing?

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如果我有一个PHP脚本,除了以下内容之外什么都不做...... < pre> $ file = fopen($ path,“r”); nlock($ file,LOCK_SH); echo fread($ file,filesize($ path)); nflock($ file ,LOCK_UN); nclclose($ file);

...从浏览器访问脚本导致的开销是多少,而不是简单地访问实际 文件? 在内部,整个文件是复制到某种缓冲区然后再吐出来的还是几乎相同的东西?

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  • dongpin4611 2016-05-16 21:21

    Yes, it's read into a buffer. It's essentially equivalent to:

    $temp = fread($file, filesize($path));
    echo $temp;

    You can use fpassthru() to send to the client without reading everything into a buffer at once.

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