[Box Backup] Verify/restore very large file (>4GB)
Mon, 9 Oct 2006 08:54:52 +0100
Sorry for the problems, it's most likely this
but I haven't yet gotten around to fixing it. An insistence on tests
for problems as well as a fix can slow things down, but you could
just try the one line fix and see if it makes a different.
On 9 Oct 2006, at 07:02, Alex Harper wrote:
> I've been testing Box and been pleased. However, I've run into a
> glitch with
> the suggested verification procedure (bbackupquery "compare -a"). I've
> narrowed the issue down to one backed up file, which is 4.6GB in size.
> It appears the file is correctly stored, block size in the
> repository seems
> about right, and "compare -aq" reports no issues. However actually
> the file results in a hung bbackupquery after about 600MB are
> restored. It
> also leaves a hung bbstored on the server that spins at about 15%
> CPU usage.
> This is OS X PPC, Box 0.10 built from source with large file support.
> Given the sizes involved its seems likely this is uint32 to uint64
> comparison somewhere, but I haven't had much luck tracing it
> through debug
> builds of bbackupquery.
> Is this a known issue? Perhaps already resolved in svn? Is the svn
> considered stable enough to test (and perhaps use if it fixes the
> Any pointers for where to start looking in the code appreciated.
> Alex Harper email@example.com
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