|Subject:||Re: Problem with large files|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau \(Indy Team\) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Dec 2007|
"Riaan" <ria…@directtransact.co.za> wrote in message
> Hi, I am having problems with the TidFTP component when
> the file is bigger than 1Gb (file is stored on destination with
> zero bytes).
Either the server is deleteing the file, or else you are sending a TStream
that is not seeked to the correct position beforehand. Please sho your
actual code. Have you used a packet sniffer to verify that the full 1GB is
actually being transmitted in the first place?
> Is their another way to ftp big files?
Onloy to switch to another FTP library/component. I doubt that this is
actually a TIdFTP problem, though.
> What is the limit for indy 10?
That depends on which version of Indy and BCB/Delphi you are actually using.
Indy 9 on all version of BCB/Delphi, and Indy 10 on BCB/Delphi v5 and
earlier, are limited to 2GB. Indy 10 on BCB/Delphi v6 and higher is (in
theory) limited to 7.99 Exabytes (max Int64), but (in reality) is limited to
whatever the server can actually handle.
Problem with large files posted by Riaan on Mon, 10 Dec 2007