Re: large scp/sftp from 4.1 to 3.4 fails
- From: "security.intrusion" <security.intrusion@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 09:00:35 +0200
Paul Berube wrote:
> security.intrusion wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> On an end,
>> OpenSSH_3.4p1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, Openssl 0x0090605f on a Windows
>> 2000 Server.
>> on the other end,
>> OpenSSH_4.1p1, OpenSSL 0.9.7g 11 Apr 2005 on a FreeBSD 5.4-Stable.
>> for backup purposes, we transfer a large file from the second to first
>> weekly. When file size exceeds 2 G
> So: copying from BSD to Windows, and sftp and scp both fail for files
> > 2GB?
> I'm pretty sure some windows file systems don't support files larger
> than 2GB. NTFS should be OK (I have >2GB files on my machine with
> NTFS) but FAT32 could be a problem. I can't remember if it always has
> a 2GB limit, or if the limit is dependent on the block size you chose
> when you formatted the drive. I'm sure google knows :)
Windows has an NTFS filesystem, i have already checked about the file
size limit on ntfs. it says 16 TB, even using FAT says 4 G per file.
but one can not be sure when using a non-deterministic system like
thanks in advance
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