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[bug-GNUnet] gnunet doesn't handle files larger than 2^32 bytes correctl
C. Dominik Bodi
[bug-GNUnet] gnunet doesn't handle files larger than 2^32 bytes correctly
Sun, 5 Oct 2008 18:28:50 +0200
I've found a discrepancy between the file size reported using gnunet-search
and the file of the size inserted.
For instance, the 1st amd64 DVD of the Debian 4.0 r4a release:
gnunet-insert and gnunet-search report URI
However, gnunet-search says the file is 395.88 MB large. Coincidentally, when
using decimal MB, this is almost exactly the remainder result when dividing
the correct file size by 2^32.
It seems for some reason either gnunet-insert or another part of the gnunet
system is not able to cope with files larger than 2^32. Seems the variables
storing the file sizes are 32 bits only.
I'm using gnunet 0.8.0b on a Debian unstable (sid) system.
C. Dominik Bódi
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