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what is the best way to deal with large zipped text files from ftp?

I am doing a task of getting product information files from ftp server  .Those are text files which are zipped.At the begining i thought unzipping the file in server and reading text content using webrequest will be good but there are files of 900mb size which makes the work so slow or inefficient and also causes system out of memory exception..So how should i proceed ??should i download the files to local system and unZip it and upload it again to the server and read data from there or can i read data directly from the local system???Which will be more efficient ?Suggest me a way to deal with this

What's the best way to deal with large compressed files over FTP?

In my application, I'm getting product information files from an FTP server. They are text files that have been ZIP-compressed.

At first, I thought uncompressed the file on the server then reading the text over the web would work, but the uncompressed files are ~900 MB, making it slow and inefficient while causing out-of-memory exceptions.

How should I handle this type of problem? Should I download the compressed files, uncompress and process them locally, then re-upload them? Or is there another, more efficient way to do this?

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what is the best way to deal with large zipped text files from ftp?

I am doing a task of getting product information files from ftp server .Those are text files which are zipped.At the begining i thought unzipping the file in server and reading text content using webrequest will be good but there are files of 900mb size which makes the work so slow or inefficient and also causes system out of memory exception..So how should i proceed ??should i download the files to local system and unZip it and upload it again to the server and read data from there or can i read data directly from the local system???Which will be more efficient ?Suggest me a way to deal with this