Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 7 years ago

#101 new defect

Large File Handling not working

Reported by: Michaelhz Owned by:
Priority: major Milestone: general enhancement
Component: odin Version: 0.8.9
Severity: medium Keywords:


Using otrdecoder.exe ( for decoding large TV-rec-files. If the files are smaller than 2GB everything works fine, with >2GB files the decoder quits with "Fehler: Eingabedatei ist zu klein.". Same file, same decoder with win XP works fine.

The decoder is run by the following command: c:\usr\bin\pec.exe c:\programs\otrdecoder\otrdecoder.exe -e "ID" -p "PASSWD" -m -i file.otrkey -C auto

Probably any other program has same problems in handling large files.

Change History (5)

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by abwillis

I know many years ago applications running under Odin could handle larger than 2Gb files as I used winrar and created a 24G file that in itself contained at least one file over 2Gb as it had a 4G file in it.

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by Michaelhz

Maybe odin32 can handle large files, but the wrong file size is being reported to the application (like WPS file size for >2Gig is 1byte in filefolder, but WPS can handle the file for copying, changing EA's, an so on).

OTRDECODER probably checks the file size in advance.

I would consider this as an error of odin32 in reporting the right file size to the application.

comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by abwillis

I'm still testing but I am seeing some regressions. Using the command line rar (via pec rar) I was unable to open a 24G file to compress but did a 4G file but when it got near with the resulting rar at around 3G it threw an error that it could not seek in the file. This was winrar 4.2, I could not use the GUI for lack of the file open dialog working. In the 3.83 winrar I can choose a 24G file to compress with the GUI and it begins working on it. The rar file it creates got to something over 6G when I left it to finish. I came back to the same message about not being able to seek.

comment:4 Changed 7 years ago by TaeWong

What does this error message in German mean?

comment:5 Changed 7 years ago by Silvan Scherrer

"Fehler: Eingabedatei ist zu klein.".
"Error: Targetfile to small"
I have no clue about the app, i just translated the error ;-)

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