This is a discussion on Re: attaching files saving on the server - Mozilla ; I can't speak for the Bugzilla developers, but the naming convention makes the storage mechanism more structured and consistent, similar to a product/classification id. Having said that, Bugzilla does store the original filename in the database. So when you download ...
I can't speak for the Bugzilla developers, but the naming convention makes
the storage mechanism more structured and consistent, similar to a
Having said that, Bugzilla does store the original filename in the
database. So when you download an attachment, it'll use the original
On 9/17/07, Justin Daubenmire
> Hi Albert,
> Thanks for the clarification... makes sense.
> Can you please explain the naming conventions of the files? I noticed that
> they are renamed from the original file in the directory.
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Albert Ting
> *To:* Justin Daubenmire
> *Sent:* Monday, September 17, 2007 1:27 PM
> *Subject:* Re: attaching files saving on the server
> Hi Justin,
> The distribution is based on the last two digits of the attachment id.
> For example, if the attachment id is 1234, the file will be placed in
> group.34. If the attachment id is 4321, the file will be placed in
> group.21. And all attachment id's ending with "21" will also be placed in
> This helps spread out the attachments into multiple directories, rather
> than in a single directory.
> On 9/17/07, Justin Daubenmire
> > All,
> > I have setup bugzilla 3.0 to save all attachments to a folder on the
> > server rather than in the database.
> > I noticed a group.xx naming convention for folders for saving files on
> > the server.
> > group.01
> > group.02
> > ...
> > then the attachment - files - are in the folders.
> > Can someone please explain the naming convention to me for the folders?
> > 1. What is meant by group in the folder name?
> > 2. Why are numbers appended to the name of the folder as in .01 .02 -
> > group.01, group.02, and so on?
> > Thanks!
> > Regards,
> > Justin
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