So replacing existing data at the moment, sees a deletion that can take a moment and then the upload of new data. I wonder even when automated, it’s might take a few seconds… and on more complex projects where data that might have a real impact. More so perhaps where that is a directory of many files.
Would it be worthwhile having an option that is fail-safe, in a way that another user will always find a copy of the file? Is that already in the works??
Expecting it would be a simple process to ensure before; during; and after, that a file is accessible.
- On request to overwrite, mark ~file
- If request for file received during, then push to existing=old copy ~file
- Create the new file
- Delete ~file.