iRev How do I manage a different folder full of images

Thomas McGrath III mcgrath3 at mac.com
Mon Dec 21 18:03:27 EST 2009


The exact numbers are not important yet because I don't know how many  
will be uploaded (could be thousands).
So, the best way I know how to describe what I am doing is that the  
Main folder is used for a pre determined number of images to be viewed  
on the Main website as "Latest uploads". But I want to mirror them in  
another folder that can't handle more than 100 at a time since that  
folder is viewed from a special Mobile site via Pipho/Jaipho that  
can't handle downloading more than 100 at a time without a major slow  
down of download time. BUT I could move new images into the Remote  
folder IF I move the oldest into another folder until that folder  
fills up and then I need to do it again when that fills up. etc.

I don't need them to move per image and was thinking that I can move  
them based on a chunk of time (week or month) instead - as long as the  
Remote folders don't have too much more than 100 at a time. I could  
name the remote folders based on dates etc. This seems best as only  
the first remote folder would need watched and when it reaches 100  
then maybe then I could just dump them all into another folder.


Tom McGrath III
Lazy River Software
3mcgrath at comcast.net

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On Dec 21, 2009, at 3:21 PM, zryip theSlug wrote:

> Sorry, I have to make this sentence more logical:
>
> 4) Each 100 files in the mirror folder you want to move the 100  
> oldest files
> from the mirror folder to a new folder.
>
> Like this:
>
> Each 100 files in the mirror folder you want to move the oldest files
> from the mirror folder to a new folder. How many oldest files?
>
> Because move 100 files among 100 files, it's not really useful... ;)
>
> Sounds better ;)
>
> -Zryip TheSlug- wish you the best ! 8)
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