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From Chris Schulman <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Apache 1.3, 4GB file limit
Date Sun, 23 Jul 2006 18:37:30 GMT
I'm a long-time P2P file-sharer, and I'm beginning to see files around 4GB 
that contain entire discographies (for instance, every song ever put out by 
Rick Wakeman -- trust me, that's a lot -- at CD quality) or one or two full 
seasons of episodes of a TV series.

At 01:18 PM 7/23/2006, you wrote:
>I have to agree that moving forward to apache2 is a good idea. but
>what kind of files would be over 4 Gigs?
>On 7/19/06, Joost de Heer <> wrote:
>>Dan Trainor wrote:
>> > Bryan Hansen wrote:
>> >> I am trying to find a solution to the 4GB file limit that exists in
>> >> Apache 1.3. Most resources that discuss this issue offer solutions to
>> >> patch apache which only seem to work with apache 2.0+. (ie
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> For the record:
>> >> We are doing http transfers (not ftp) and the local file system supports
>> >> file sizes over 4GB.
>> >>
>> >> Does anyone have a solution to supporting 4GB+ file transfers under
>> >> apache 1.3?
>>According to some docs I found: Try compiling with CFLAGS
>>Or upgrade to 2.2 with native LFS :)
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