In message [DeleGate-En:3243]
you Steffen Kaiser <email@example.com> wrote in
|during my tests, I found three problems, please see below and the
|attached log/conf files.
|Problem 1) Downloaded file is longer than original one.
|It sort of looks like that there is a problem each 64KB.
|Problem 2) The local file is cached.
|Anyway: The file is downloaded, and the Master caches the file, and when
|it reaches the 2GB boundary, the server drops the connection.
I also encountered the problem and have fixed it in 9.2.2-pre3a and
9.2.2-pre2. The problem 1) was caused by Non-blocking I/O introduced in
9.2.2-pre1 to respond to aborting from the client (ABOR command) rapidly.
I saw the problem 2) caused with SIGXFSZ signal and fixed it by doing
open(fd,O_LARGEFILE) when creating a new cache file.
9.2.2-pre2 (a little formal release) includes the fix for 1) only.
9.2.2-pre3a includes many fixes for problems by large files as these ones.
I should have send the copy of the following message to you:
In message [DeleGate-En:3240]
<_A3240@delegate-en.ML_> on 05/24/06(11:11:32) I wrote:
| | gcc version 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)
|I uploaded delegate9.2.2-pre3a.tar.gz at
| - it can be compiled with make CFLAGS="-DSTAT64 -O3" in my Debian 3.1
| - it can serve FTP data larger than 2GB (and larger than 4GB)
| - it can cache FTP data larger than 2GB (and larger than 4GB)
| - it displays correct size of data larger than 4GB in FTP message and log
| - it fixes the problem of broken-data by Non-blocking I/O (since 9.2.2-pre1)
In message <_A3243@delegate-en.ML_> on 05/24/06(23:12:21)
you Steffen Kaiser <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|> What happens without -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE ?
|gcc -DSTAT64 -x c++ -DQS -DNONC99 -I../include -DSTAT64 -c setutimes.cc
|setutimes.cc: In function `int set_utimes(const char *, int, int)':
|setutimes.cc:25: aggregate `struct FileStat st' has incomplete type and
|cannot be initialized
|setutimes.cc:28: type `stat64' is not yet defined
Do you see it with recent Gccs? with Gcc on Debian 3.1 (Sarge ?)
Since I rewrote DeleGate to cope with C++ in DeleGate/8.10.0, I encountered
problems in old Gccs like 2.9X so it is recommended to use Gcc after 3.X
to compile DeleGate.
|Problem 3) cd works exactly one time
I'll examine the problem.
D G Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
_< >_ 1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8568 Japan
Do the more with the less -- B. Fuller