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From Dov Rosenberg <dov.rosenb...@conviveon.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to serve files larger than 3GB vial Apache 2.x on Redhat 9 linux
Date Mon, 03 Jan 2005 01:23:12 GMT
It actually is a web app and a java applet that provides some pretty slick
features like resume the download, upload, encryption, etc. You can serve it
up via apache if you want.

HTH


-- 
Dov Rosenberg
Conviveon Corporation




On 1/2/05 5:04 PM, "mfbscs@mchsi.com" <mfbscs@mchsi.com> wrote:

> Thanks Dov, but I can't use that. It must be done with Apache.
>> Take a look at http://www.livecargo.com
>> 
>> 
>> -- 
>> Dov Rosenberg
>> Conviveon Corporation
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> On 1/2/05 6:53 AM, "mfbscs@mchsi.com" <mfbscs@mchsi.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> I need to do the same thing. I have found that I can go higher than the 2GB
>>> limit, but cannot go past 4GB. I've looked through the source code and I
>>> don't
>>> think > 4GB is possible right now. In order to enable files between 2 and
4
>>> GB,
>>> do the following.
>>> 
>>> For apache 1.3.x, when you compile, make sure you have the line:
>>> 
>>> EXTRA_CFLAGS=-D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE
>>> 
>>> in your <source-dir>/src/Configuration file
>>> 
>>> and remember to cd into /src before you do ./Configure
>>> 
>>> For apache 2.0.x, when you do ./configure, you must specify those options on
>>> the
>>> command line, like:
>>> 
>>> $ CFLAGS="-D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE" ./configure
>>> 
>>> Keep in mind that this will let you serve files over 2GB. However, it will
>>> NOT
>>> let you go over 4GB. I have battled this for days, looking through the
>>> source,
>>> and have realized that files > 4GB are just not possible at this time. I
>>> have
>>> no
>>> idea when the developers plan on fixing this. I've also searched the net
>>> high
>>> and low and have found nothing. If anyone else can shed some light on this,
>>> please do. Thanks
>>> 
>>> -Matt
>>>  
>>>> Hello,
>>>> 
>>>> Ripunjay Bararia wrote:
>>>>> I need to serve files larger than 2 to 4 GB over our internal LAN via
>>>>> Apache 2.x (compiled) on a redhat 9 box.
>>>> Wouldn't it be a better idea to use an anonymous ftp serveur for that?
>>>> Just deny the LIST command if you're afraid people would suck your
>>>> entire FTP.
>>>> 
>>>>> please suggest the compile options needed for apache to allow it to
>>>>> handle serving files larger than 2GB..., or
>>>>> do i have to make changes to the kernel itself...
>>>>> 
>>>>> thanks
>>>>> Ripunjay Bararia
>>>>> 
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>>>> -- 
>>>> Jean-Christophe Montigny
>>>> Responsable serveurs assoces.com
>>> 
>>>> Etudiant à Grenoble Ecole de Management
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