In message <_A3232@delegate-en.ML_> on 05/22/06(20:38:40)
you Steffen Kaiser <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|but only see the file with the size below 2GB.
|Current remote directory is /pub/debian-iso/sarge.
|ncftp /pub/debian-iso/sarge > ls
|# ls -Al /mnt/mirror//pub/debian-iso/sarge
|-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 4686706688 Jun 13 2005
|-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 4428851200 Jun 13 2005
|-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 113541120 Jun 13 2005
The data returned by DeleGate responding to LIST command in FTP protocol
is that of the output of "delegated -Fls -l" command. So you can test
% delegated -Fls -l /mnt/mirror//pub/debian-iso/sarge
I noticed that non-BSD Unixes seem not support files over 2GB in
stat()/lstat() system calles. Thus -Fls fails in stat()/lstat() system
call failes for files over 2GB in "rary/fstat.c:ls1()", then they
are not displayed.
The solution for such Unixes seems to use stat64() instead of
stat(). I made a test version to do so and uploaded it as
To enable stat64, you need to make it with "-DSTAT64" like this:
I hope it could be compiled on your Linux and your problem is solved.
Unfortunately, my ancient Linux (RedHat7.1) seems not give the standard
definition of stat64 by default (and I don't know how to enable it),
so I copied it into "include/file.h" and enabled it as this:
make CFLAGS="-DSTAT64 -DSTAT64H"
But the definition of "struct stat64" is unlikely portalbe among Linuxes.
In message <_A3233@delegate-en.ML_> on 05/22/06(20:40:48)
you Steve Brown <email@example.com> wrote:
|> If you did it with the "cp" or "cat" command on the same host where
|> DeleGate runs, then it shows some hint.
|I used the 'cp' command, and it successfully copied a 4.7GB image from
|the DVD drive to the filesystem that Delegate uses for cacheing.
|> I uploaded 9.2.2-pre1 (at ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/alpha/)
|> which includes refinements of ftp-data transfer:
|> - SIGXFSZ handling
|> - improved abortion of data transfer (ABOR command)
|> - faster data relay (reduced delay by poll())
|> - displaying the size of huge files in 2GB < size < 4GB
|So the maximum limit has increased from 2GB to 4GB if I'm reading this
|correctly. Would this still mean that it's still not possible to
|transfer, say, a DVD ISO image at 4.7GB ?
Displaying files sizes over 32bits correctly is another problem. But it
is independent of platforms and the solution is clear; respresenting file
sizes in "long long int" and print or scan it with "%lld" (or "%I64d" for
D G Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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