Blend4Web files being deleted right after upload


#1

Hello

I’ve seen this: https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/, but to no help. Uploaded files are probably deleted for false malware detection.

I am trying to deploy a Blend4Web (https://www.blend4web.com/en/) application, all files < 10Mb etc., but the .html main file (the player with WebGL canvas) gets deleted after FTP upload.


#2

Have you checked the Knowledge Base: https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/?


#3

@ChrisPAR said:
Have you checked the Knowledge Base: https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/?

He already checked Bro at least read the question carefully.

@Jerryno said:
Hello

I’ve seen this: https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/, but to no help. Uploaded files are probably deleted for false malware detection.

I am trying to deploy a Blend4Web (https://www.blend4web.com/en/) application, all files < 10Mb etc., but the .html main file (the player with WebGL canvas) gets deleted after FTP upload.

chat file name is not allowed try renaming.
Even chat word in your file name is forbidden.


#4

Try renaming your chat file into chet.php or chet.js or anything.
Since Chat Scripts are not allowed and may result in the termination of your account if this keeps the server laggy.


#5

Is it an application-based software that uses server? If it is, then I’m thinking that you’re likely prevented from uploading your .html file because of that.

Reference : Term of Service at point 10; https://infinityfree.net/terms/

Edit: my opinion was kinda doesn’t make sense, so don’t take it for granted. By the way, have you succeeded in uploading other file than your main .html file?


#6

@ChrisPAR said:
Have you checked the Knowledge Base: https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/?

How did it slip my mind? I didn’t notice you had already said that.
Anyway, I think that it might be a heavy application and that is why you can’t upload it?
Don’t take this for sure, but servers, CPU and RAM have limits on free hosting and maybe this is too much for them.
https://infinityfree.net/support/cpu-limit/
https://infinityfree.net/support/ram-limit/
https://infinityfree.net/support/entry-process-limit/
I may be wrong, but I believe it because normally 3D applications are heavy and request a lot CPU Power.


#7

OP is asking about HTML pages. HTML pages are static, not server scripts, so they use virtually no CPU, no memory and no entry processes.

It’s possible that the file is automatically discarded as malware. Could you share the HTML file somewhere so we can have a look at it?


#8