[jcifs] Re: SmbFile CopyTo size limit
skuekes at rxhealthcare.org
Wed Mar 12 02:43:24 GMT 2008
Michael B Allen <miallen <at> ioplex.com> writes:
> On Tue, 11 Mar 2008 20:03:43 +0000 (UTC)
> Steve K <skuekes <at> rxhealthcare.org> wrote:
> > I am using jcifs 1.2.18 to copy files between 2 smb servers using the
> > SmbFile and its copyTo method. The files I'm copying are larger than
> > The results are that I only get an output file that is 2,147,493,180 and
> > copy completes without any exceptions.
> > If I re-implement the copy using the inputstream and the outputstream for
> > the two smbfiles and do my own reading and writing it copies these large
> > files just fine. It looks like there is some kind of 2 Gb limit in
> > the SmbFile.copyTo method.
> > Is this a limit/bug or do I need to do something else to make copyTo
> > work properly.
> Last I checked there was no limit in JCIFS. However, it is not uncomon
> to run into limits either on the source CIFS server or receiving CIFS
> server. What are the servers?
The copy process is running on Linux and the from and to systems are
Windows 2000 Server systems. The copy operation works if I open up the
InputStream from the from file and read it in, then write it to the
for the to file, so It doesn't look like there's a limit on Windows.
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