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Re: [Bug-xorriso] xorriso : FAILURE : Image size 2244690s exceeds free s
Re: [Bug-xorriso] xorriso : FAILURE : Image size 2244690s exceeds free space on media -2036700157s
Wed, 17 Aug 2011 05:50:13 -0400
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thanks! I thought of the brute force method, but it takes a while to
write that out (it's an NFS mount), and I wasn't particularly happy
about wasting the space.
I'll be offline all of today, but I'll try your other suggestions and/or
new code as soon as I get a chance. Thanks for your prompt attention!
On 8/17/2011 5:19 AM, Thomas Schmitt wrote:
One brute-force candidate would be to curb media capacities to 2 TB - 2 kB
I miscalculated the error limit. It is 4 TB - 2 kB.
This would open another short term brute force method:
Occupy enough bytes in the array to bring the free space below 4 TB.
The number of -2036700157s says that 2,258,267,139 * 2 kB are free.
So you had 110,783,491 * 2 kB = 212 GB too many when the error appeared.
The change in libburn/sg-linux.c seems to work well for me.
Media summary: 1 session, 34 data blocks, 68.0k data, 4096g free
But i would prefer if the free space would be predicted accurately.
So i will now lift this safety cap and try to fix all spots where
4.5 TB might be of harm.
Have a nice day :)