[Udpcast] problem: file is too large

Guus der Kinderen guusdk at planet.nl
Sat Nov 22 00:17:40 CET 2003


I used a similar set at the sender-side ( $ udp-sender --pipe "dd 
if=/dev/hda1/" ),
but I don't see why the way how you send stuff affects the maximum storage
size on the receivers end. Can anyone think of something?

  - Guus

At 19:44 21-11-2003, Dylan Martin wrote:
>Oops.  Sorry about the empty email...  Achem!
>
>Anyway, I was going to say, we had the same problem, but we fixed it by
>piping through dd.  Our problem seemed to be on the sender though...
>here's what we did...
>
>udp-sender --nokbd --max-bitrate 80m --pipe "dd if=/home/image/disk.img"
>
>The nokbd and max-bitrate are for unrelated problems...
>
>Maybe some simler dd trickery would help your problem.
>
>-Dylan
>
> > Hi everybody,
> > I have problem with udp-receiver, it is unable to store files
> > larger than 2GB.
> > I have read older post and found some work around (udp-receiver > image.gz)
> > but this did not work either.
> >
> > my config is:
> > CPU P4 2,4GHz, RAM 512 DDR, HDD WD 120GB, NIC RTL8139 (8139too driver),
> > i run debian woody orignaly (2.2) kernel but i upgraded to 2.4.18-686,
> > i use udpcast 20030831,
> > partition where i store image i big enough and has reiserfs
> >
> > i administer small lan, about 15 winxp boxes
> >
> > any hints?
> >
> > thanx,
> > der3k
> >
> >
>
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