Is there anyway to fix large file support?
Robert.Weber at Colorado.EDU
Wed Aug 7 14:35:01 EST 2002
I got Large files working fine on Solaris, just make a 64bit binary :).
Seriously, I would try making a 64bit binary for HPUX as well(something
like +DA2.0W for 64bit PA_RISC).
University of Colorado
> I am currently writing disaster recovery software for the company I work
> for. I have been watching rsync development now for the past couple of
> months, hoping that large file support would start working. I know that
> rsync supports large file support, and my tests have been with large file
> support turned on in rsync.
> It would save me MASSIVE amounts of time if I could use rsync for disaster
> recovery, but we have about 10 files that are over 2 gigs in size. That
> all fail during transfer in rsync.
> Please, help me! :) I am using HP/UX 11.0. I have also heard on this
> lists from a few people running Solaris who cant get large file support to
> work as well.
> I am running todays cvs copy during this test. It also fails in version
> My rsync:
> rsync version 2.5.6cvs protocol version 26
> Copyright (C) 1996-2002 by Andrew Tridgell and others
> Capabilities: 64-bit files, socketpairs, hard links, symlinks, batchfiles,
> no IPv6, 32-bit system inums, 64-bit internal inums
> The error:
> A failed large file over 2 gigs:
> aurora:/premdordev/MP5.BCV # rsync --progress -arvvz SM.ORDERS
> opening connection using remsh n4000.premdor.com rsync --server
> -vvlogDtprz . /premdor/SM.ORDERS
> building file list ...
> expand file_list to 4000 bytes, did move
> 1 file to consider
> delta transmission enabled
> rsync: writefd_unbuffered failed to write 16385 bytes: phase "unknown":
> Broken pipe
> rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(515)
> I can send hundreds of thousands of small files with no errors, it's only
> the large files >2 gig that blow up.
> My systems are at your disposal if you need my help doing anything. I
> just hope we can get this working.
> Sr Unix Administrator
> Masonite International
> Tampa, Florida
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Status: by weberr Wed Aug 7 15:28:13 2002
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