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This extension enables you to host category and product images on a CDN (or any separate server) with ease.
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OnePica ImageCDN

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network (CDN) or another remote host. If your website has a large amount of traffic, using a CDN will help to bring down your bandwidth cost and speed up your response time. Currently, the extension integrates with Amazon S3, Coral CDN, Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files, and any CDN, server or service that supports FTP, FTPS, or SFTP. Each adapter has a separate configuration menu with options unique to each. The abstract adapter can be extended to easily add support for any other CDN that has a published API. In this respect, we are always seeking new CDNs to include in this extension as well as community-provided implementations to be added.

The extension automatically distributes category and properly-sized product images to a CDN when they are referenced in the Magento templates. This code extends the functionality of category and product image getUrl() to determine the existence of the file on the CDN, push the image to the correct location if it isn't found, and return the CDN-specific URL. Installation of this extension into an operational store will work immediately as images already present will be uploaded to the CDN on demand. Because of this, you can install, enable, and disable this extension without consequence and at any time.

Checks for the file's existence on the CDN are performed using a cURL header request and are cached in the database or file system for a set amount of time to reduce the load time experienced by the end user. In practice, the time to live for the cache is set with a 90% to 110% random variance to lessen the possibility of cache checks being lumped onto a single request. The original image is kept on the web server and is used to generate newly requested permutations of the image at the given height and width values specified in the templates.

The benefit of this extension over Apache-based rewrites is it eliminates requests to the web server. In this respect, returned markup will contain image paths that directly point to the CDN. The extension is intelligent enough to look at the request and determine if HTTP/HTTPS is required and the adapters provided react accordingly. This extension also alleviates the need to write complex rewrite rules in Apache setting files.

The Amazon S3 integration includes and uses the wrapper called PHP-AWS, available at http://code.google.com/p/php-aws/. Since Amazon S3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests, all URLs returned by that adapter match the protocol in the request.

The Mosso (now called Rackspace Cloud) integration includes and uses the wrapper written by Mosso, available at https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/php-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip. Mosso Cloud Files does not support secure requests and as a result, the images requested over HTTPS will be generated, stored, and served from the web server.

Coral CDN is a free, open source, peer-to-peer content distribution network that works simply by appending ".nyud.net" to the hostname of any URL. Images will still be stored and served to the CDN from your local server, but may be cached and distributed from Coral servers automatically. Coral CDN does not support HTTPS and therefore secure pages will be served referencing local images.

The FTP/FTPS/SFTP integration utilizes the respective PHP wrapper. HTTPS delivery depends on the server and is configurable to work securely from the FTP server or the web server as determined in the configuration for the adapter.

At One Pica, we strive to build increasingly scalable and flexible enterprise systems for all of our clients, large and small. We want to give back to this community both to promote its success and as a sign of our gratitude. Please feel free to contact us on ways we can improve this extension or extend on this framework.

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This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network

2009-08-10 20:31:53
  • Version number: 0.1.7
  • Stability: Beta
  • Compatibility: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.3.2.4, 1.4, 1.4.1.1, 1.4.2, 1.5, 1.7.0.0, 1.7.1.0, 1.8.0.0, 1.9.0.0, 1.9.1.0, 1.9.2.0, 1.10
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This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network (CDN) or another remote host. If your website has a large amount of traffic, using a CDN will help to bring down your bandwidth cost and speed up your response time. Currently, the extension integrates with Amazon S3, Coral CDN, Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files, and any CDN, server or service that supports FTP, FTPS, or SFTP. Each adapter has a separate configuration menu with options unique to each. The abstract adapter can be extended to easily add support for any other CDN that has a published API. In this respect, we are always seeking new CDNs to include in this extension as well as community-provided implementations to be added.

The extension automatically distributes category and properly-sized product images to a CDN when they are referenced in the Magento templates. This code extends the functionality of category and product image getUrl() to determine the existence of the file on the CDN, push the image to the correct location if it isn't found, and return the CDN-specific URL. Installation of this extension into an operational store will work immediately as images already present will be uploaded to the CDN on demand. Because of this, you can install, enable, and disable this extension without consequence and at any time.

Checks for the file's existence on the CDN are performed using a cURL header request and are cached in the database or file system for a set amount of time to reduce the load time experienced by the end user. In practice, the time to live for the cache is set with a 90% to 110% random variance to lessen the possibility of cache checks being lumped onto a single request. The original image is kept on the web server and is used to generate newly requested permutations of the image at the given height and width values specified in the templates.

The benefit of this extension over Apache-based rewrites is it eliminates requests to the web server. In this respect, returned markup will contain image paths that directly point to the CDN. The extension is intelligent enough to look at the request and determine if HTTP/HTTPS is required and the adapters provided react accordingly. This extension also alleviates the need to write complex rewrite rules in Apache setting files.

The Amazon S3 integration includes and uses the wrapper called PHP-AWS, available at http://code.google.com/p/php-aws/. Since Amazon S3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests, all URLs returned by that adapter match the protocol in the request.

The Mosso (now called Rackspace Cloud) integration includes and uses the wrapper written by Mosso, available at https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/php-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip. Mosso Cloud Files does not support secure requests and as a result, the images requested over HTTPS will be generated, stored, and served from the web server.

Coral CDN is a free, open source, peer-to-peer content distribution network that works simply by appending ".nyud.net" to the hostname of any URL. Images will still be stored and served to the CDN from your local server, but may be cached and distributed from Coral servers automatically. Coral CDN does not support HTTPS and therefore secure pages will be served referencing local images.

The FTP/FTPS/SFTP integration utilizes the respective PHP wrapper. HTTPS delivery depends on the server and is configurable to work securely from the FTP server or the web server as determined in the configuration for the adapter.

At One Pica (www.onepica.com), we strive to build increasingly scalable and flexible enterprise systems for all of our clients, large and small. We want to give back to this community both to promote its success and as a sign of our gratitude. Please feel free to contact us on ways we can improve this extension or extend on this framework.

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network

2009-08-10 20:26:33
  • Version number: 0.1.6
  • Stability: Beta
  • Compatibility: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.3.2.4, 1.4, 1.4.1.1, 1.4.2, 1.5, 1.7.0.0, 1.7.1.0, 1.8.0.0, 1.9.0.0, 1.9.1.0, 1.9.2.0, 1.10
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This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network (CDN) or another remote host. If your website has a large amount of traffic, using a CDN will help to bring down your bandwidth cost and speed up your response time. Currently, the extension integrates with Amazon S3, Coral CDN, Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files, and any CDN, server or service that supports FTP, FTPS, or SFTP. Each adapter has a separate configuration menu with options unique to each. The abstract adapter can be extended to easily add support for any other CDN that has a published API. In this respect, we are always seeking new CDNs to include in this extension as well as community-provided implementations to be added.

The extension automatically distributes category and properly-sized product images to a CDN when they are referenced in the Magento templates. This code extends the functionality of category and product image getUrl() to determine the existence of the file on the CDN, push the image to the correct location if it isn't found, and return the CDN-specific URL. Installation of this extension into an operational store will work immediately as images already present will be uploaded to the CDN on demand. Because of this, you can install, enable, and disable this extension without consequence and at any time.

Checks for the file's existence on the CDN are performed using a cURL header request and are cached in the database or file system for a set amount of time to reduce the load time experienced by the end user. In practice, the time to live for the cache is set with a 90% to 110% random variance to lessen the possibility of cache checks being lumped onto a single request. The original image is kept on the web server and is used to generate newly requested permutations of the image at the given height and width values specified in the templates.

The benefit of this extension over Apache-based rewrites is it eliminates requests to the web server. In this respect, returned markup will contain image paths that directly point to the CDN. The extension is intelligent enough to look at the request and determine if HTTP/HTTPS is required and the adapters provided react accordingly. This extension also alleviates the need to write complex rewrite rules in Apache setting files.

The Amazon S3 integration includes and uses the wrapper called PHP-AWS, available at http://code.google.com/p/php-aws/. Since Amazon S3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests, all URLs returned by that adapter match the protocol in the request.

The Mosso (now called Rackspace Cloud) integration includes and uses the wrapper written by Mosso, available at https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/php-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip. Mosso Cloud Files does not support secure requests and as a result, the images requested over HTTPS will be generated, stored, and served from the web server.

Coral CDN is a free, open source, peer-to-peer content distribution network that works simply by appending ".nyud.net" to the hostname of any URL. Images will still be stored and served to the CDN from your local server, but may be cached and distributed from Coral servers automatically. Coral CDN does not support HTTPS and therefore secure pages will be served referencing local images.

The FTP/FTPS/SFTP integration utilizes the respective PHP wrapper. HTTPS delivery depends on the server and is configurable to work securely from the FTP server or the web server as determined in the configuration for the adapter.

At One Pica (www.onepica.com), we strive to build increasingly scalable and flexible enterprise systems for all of our clients, large and small. We want to give back to this community both to promote its success and as a sign of our gratitude. Please feel free to contact us on ways we can improve this extension or extend on this framework.

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network

2009-08-10 20:22:20
  • Version number: 0.1.5
  • Stability: Beta
  • Compatibility: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.3.2.4, 1.4, 1.4.1.1, 1.4.2, 1.5, 1.7.0.0, 1.7.1.0, 1.8.0.0, 1.9.0.0, 1.9.1.0, 1.9.2.0, 1.10
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Magento Connect 1.0 change

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network (CDN) or another remote host. If your website has a large amount of traffic, using a CDN will help to bring down your bandwidth cost and speed up your response time. Currently, the extension integrates with Amazon S3, Coral CDN, Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files, and any CDN, server or service that supports FTP, FTPS, or SFTP. Each adapter has a separate configuration menu with options unique to each. The abstract adapter can be extended to easily add support for any other CDN that has a published API. In this respect, we are always seeking new CDNs to include in this extension as well as community-provided implementations to be added.

The extension automatically distributes category and properly-sized product images to a CDN when they are referenced in the Magento templates. This code extends the functionality of category and product image getUrl() to determine the existence of the file on the CDN, push the image to the correct location if it isn't found, and return the CDN-specific URL. Installation of this extension into an operational store will work immediately as images already present will be uploaded to the CDN on demand. Because of this, you can install, enable, and disable this extension without consequence and at any time.

Checks for the file's existence on the CDN are performed using a cURL header request and are cached in the database or file system for a set amount of time to reduce the load time experienced by the end user. In practice, the time to live for the cache is set with a 90% to 110% random variance to lessen the possibility of cache checks being lumped onto a single request. The original image is kept on the web server and is used to generate newly requested permutations of the image at the given height and width values specified in the templates.

The benefit of this extension over Apache-based rewrites is it eliminates requests to the web server. In this respect, returned markup will contain image paths that directly point to the CDN. The extension is intelligent enough to look at the request and determine if HTTP/HTTPS is required and the adapters provided react accordingly. This extension also alleviates the need to write complex rewrite rules in Apache setting files.

The Amazon S3 integration includes and uses the wrapper called PHP-AWS, available at http://code.google.com/p/php-aws/. Since Amazon S3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests, all URLs returned by that adapter match the protocol in the request.

The Mosso (now called Rackspace Cloud) integration includes and uses the wrapper written by Mosso, available at https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/php-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip. Mosso Cloud Files does not support secure requests and as a result, the images requested over HTTPS will be generated, stored, and served from the web server.

Coral CDN is a free, open source, peer-to-peer content distribution network that works simply by appending ".nyud.net" to the hostname of any URL. Images will still be stored and served to the CDN from your local server, but may be cached and distributed from Coral servers automatically. Coral CDN does not support HTTPS and therefore secure pages will be served referencing local images.

The FTP/FTPS/SFTP integration utilizes the respective PHP wrapper. HTTPS delivery depends on the server and is configurable to work securely from the FTP server or the web server as determined in the configuration for the adapter.

At One Pica (www.onepica.com), we strive to build increasingly scalable and flexible enterprise systems for all of our clients, large and small. We want to give back to this community both to promote its success and as a sign of our gratitude. Please feel free to contact us on ways we can improve this extension or extend on this framework.

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network

2009-08-10 20:17:54
  • Version number: 0.1.4
  • Stability: Beta
  • Compatibility: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.3.2.4, 1.4, 1.4.1.1, 1.4.2, 1.5, 1.7.0.0, 1.7.1.0, 1.8.0.0, 1.9.0.0, 1.9.1.0, 1.9.2.0, 1.10
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This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network (CDN) or another remote host. If your website has a large amount of traffic, using a CDN will help to bring down your bandwidth cost and speed up your response time. Currently, the extension integrates with Amazon S3, Coral CDN, Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files, and any CDN, server or service that supports FTP, FTPS, or SFTP. Each adapter has a separate configuration menu with options unique to each. The abstract adapter can be extended to easily add support for any other CDN that has a published API. In this respect, we are always seeking new CDNs to include in this extension as well as community-provided implementations to be added.

The extension automatically distributes category and properly-sized product images to a CDN when they are referenced in the Magento templates. This code extends the functionality of category and product image getUrl() to determine the existence of the file on the CDN, push the image to the correct location if it isn't found, and return the CDN-specific URL. Installation of this extension into an operational store will work immediately as images already present will be uploaded to the CDN on demand. Because of this, you can install, enable, and disable this extension without consequence and at any time.

Checks for the file's existence on the CDN are performed using a cURL header request and are cached in the database or file system for a set amount of time to reduce the load time experienced by the end user. In practice, the time to live for the cache is set with a 90% to 110% random variance to lessen the possibility of cache checks being lumped onto a single request. The original image is kept on the web server and is used to generate newly requested permutations of the image at the given height and width values specified in the templates.

The benefit of this extension over Apache-based rewrites is it eliminates requests to the web server. In this respect, returned markup will contain image paths that directly point to the CDN. The extension is intelligent enough to look at the request and determine if HTTP/HTTPS is required and the adapters provided react accordingly. This extension also alleviates the need to write complex rewrite rules in Apache setting files.

The Amazon S3 integration includes and uses the wrapper called PHP-AWS, available at http://code.google.com/p/php-aws/. Since Amazon S3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests, all URLs returned by that adapter match the protocol in the request.

The Mosso (now called Rackspace Cloud) integration includes and uses the wrapper written by Mosso, available at https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/php-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip. Mosso Cloud Files does not support secure requests and as a result, the images requested over HTTPS will be generated, stored, and served from the web server.

Coral CDN is a free, open source, peer-to-peer content distribution network that works simply by appending ".nyud.net" to the hostname of any URL. Images will still be stored and served to the CDN from your local server, but may be cached and distributed from Coral servers automatically. Coral CDN does not support HTTPS and therefore secure pages will be served referencing local images.

The FTP/FTPS/SFTP integration utilizes the respective PHP wrapper. HTTPS delivery depends on the server and is configurable to work securely from the FTP server or the web server as determined in the configuration for the adapter.

At One Pica (www.onepica.com), we strive to build increasingly scalable and flexible enterprise systems for all of our clients, large and small. We want to give back to this community both to promote its success and as a sign of our gratitude. Please feel free to contact us on ways we can improve this extension or extend on this framework.

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network

2009-08-10 20:17:15
  • Version number: 0.1.4
  • Stability: Beta
  • Compatibility: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.3.2.4, 1.4, 1.4.1.1, 1.4.2, 1.5, 1.7.0.0, 1.7.1.0, 1.8.0.0, 1.9.0.0, 1.9.1.0, 1.9.2.0, 1.10
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Magento Connect 1.0 change

This extension enables you to host category and product images on a separate server with ease. This can improve page load time by offloading some of the stress from your web server and by allowing you to utilize a high performance content delivery network (CDN) or another remote host. If your website has a large amount of traffic, using a CDN will help to bring down your bandwidth cost and speed up your response time. Currently, the extension integrates with Amazon S3, Coral CDN, Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files, and any CDN, server or service that supports FTP, FTPS, or SFTP. Each adapter has a separate configuration menu with options unique to each. The abstract adapter can be extended to easily add support for any other CDN that has a published API. In this respect, we are always seeking new CDNs to include in this extension as well as community-provided implementations to be added.

The extension automatically distributes category and properly-sized product images to a CDN when they are referenced in the Magento templates. This code extends the functionality of category and product image getUrl() to determine the existence of the file on the CDN, push the image to the correct location if it isn't found, and return the CDN-specific URL. Installation of this extension into an operational store will work immediately as images already present will be uploaded to the CDN on demand. Because of this, you can install, enable, and disable this extension without consequence and at any time.

Checks for the file's existence on the CDN are performed using a cURL header request and are cached in the database or file system for a set amount of time to reduce the load time experienced by the end user. In practice, the time to live for the cache is set with a 90% to 110% random variance to lessen the possibility of cache checks being lumped onto a single request. The original image is kept on the web server and is used to generate newly requested permutations of the image at the given height and width values specified in the templates.

The benefit of this extension over Apache-based rewrites is it eliminates requests to the web server. In this respect, returned markup will contain image paths that directly point to the CDN. The extension is intelligent enough to look at the request and determine if HTTP/HTTPS is required and the adapters provided react accordingly. This extension also alleviates the need to write complex rewrite rules in Apache setting files.

The Amazon S3 integration includes and uses the wrapper called PHP-AWS, available at http://code.google.com/p/php-aws/. Since Amazon S3 supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests, all URLs returned by that adapter match the protocol in the request.

The Mosso (now called Rackspace Cloud) integration includes and uses the wrapper written by Mosso, available at https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/php-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip. Mosso Cloud Files does not support secure requests and as a result, the images requested over HTTPS will be generated, stored, and served from the web server.

Coral CDN is a free, open source, peer-to-peer content distribution network that works simply by appending ".nyud.net" to the hostname of any URL. Images will still be stored and served to the CDN from your local server, but may be cached and distributed from Coral servers automatically. Coral CDN does not support HTTPS and therefore secure pages will be served referencing local images.

The FTP/FTPS/SFTP integration utilizes the respective PHP wrapper. HTTPS delivery depends on the server and is configurable to work securely from the FTP server or the web server as determined in the configuration for the adapter.

At One Pica (www.onepica.com), we strive to build increasingly scalable and flexible enterprise systems for all of our clients, large and small. We want to give back to this community both to promote its success and as a sign of our gratitude. Please feel free to contact us on ways we can improve this extension or extend on this framework.
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connect to hongcong region for rackspace I use correct details for this extention but still getting error "The container name you entered is not found. You must enter a valid container name to use Rackspace Cloud Files with this site." is it based on url of region i enterd? Piyush December 26, 2013
Some fix required Some fix are required, on amazon s3 don't upload if you don't fix an url. It will be great if original files will be removed after upload into cdn. December 10, 2013
Works like advertised Had some issues installing which turned out to be permissions related. Besides that it works like advertised with Amazon S3 and CloudFront. No apparent issues. It took a huge load off the servers. October 30, 2013
Works Well, Does NOT 404 User arxl said it throws a 404 error. He/she didn't read the install instructions (sigh). You need to log out and log back into the admin after you install the extension... Anyway, it works. October 29, 2013
404 Error It is giving 404 error when i open it in magento configuration. September 16, 2013
I've managed to integrate this into S3 Amazon. Thank you so much, saved lots of my time :) I totally Appreciate it :) January 2, 2013
I'm can't used in 1.7.2 December 18, 2012
works perfect on my 1.7.0.2 with rackspace. might try to modify it to do CMS images too, and even JS and CSS files. October 2, 2012
I’ve been using your excellent Image CDN extension on my Magento 1.7 CE site since it opened, however after migrating to a new serer this week I have an issue with new product images. If I create a new product with an uploaded image and set the product to ‘enabled’, no image is shown on the store - the space for an image is blnk, however if I create a new product with no image the default white Magento graphic appears from Rackspace Cloudfiles. All old images are still served from Cloudfiles. My developers are stumped as to why this has happened, and setting the extension to ‘Current Adapter -> Disabled’ leaves my homepage with no images. Any help would be greatly appreciated as my business relies on frequent product releases and currently I am unable to release products! September 18, 2012
Hi. Thanks for this extension. However, I noticed how this extension only caches product images to the cdn. (in my case: S3). There are some images which I'd like to add into the product details. Is it possible to cache EVERYTHING in media/wysiwyg to S3? Thanks August 11, 2012
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what is the following:

1. Base Directory:

2. Base URL:

I can't get my external host to work with it.. the pictures are not displayed??/

Help on understanding these 2 paramaters would br greta

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Hi,
I too face same issue .

After we do the configuration using FTP/FTPS/SFTP the product images not displaying,and when i add new product it not get update .

If you find any solution ,kindly post here.

Thanks in advance....
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By keeping only original images in our hosting and sending the derivative ones to Amazon S3.
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no, it stores a local copy as well of all the files first. Before pushing it to the CDN
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Does this extension support to upload the "File Custom Option" to s3 instead of saving locally?

I have installed the extension which uploads all catalog images to the bucket in s3 but im wondering if that would be possible in my cart if i have a file filed as a Custom Option to upload to Amazon s3 due to i will have big files to be uploaded.

Hope to hear from you guys soon.

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Hi,

Is the community edition 1.7.0.2 compatible with OnePica ImageCDN

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We try to do CDN through Rackspace could files and it works fine for DFW region and does not for SYD region at all and always says Container not fund. Can any one tell me the exact issue here?
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Zero size images

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We are using Magento using S3. But this deploys zero byte size images on Amazon S3.
http://magento-store.s3.amazonaws.com/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/5/1/51402_ak05_m1_red_1.jpg

Please let us know how to figure out these things. What is needed for making this workable.

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I would like to use my sub domain to store the images and point it there instead of any 3rd party vendor....will this work?
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I have rackspace honcong based cloud files.
All details entered are correct getting error 'container not found'.

Pls let us know.
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DFW region and does not for Hongcong region and always says Container not found. Please let us know for resolve this?
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Permissions on CE1.7

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I installed and everything looked okay only could not access my configuration page to se up the module, got a blank screen. Can anyone advise what files/folders I need to change the permissions on to see the config page? Any help greatly appreciated.
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