|Subject:||FW: Question Regarding RCS|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Feb 2010 11:43:28 -0500|
We are using RCS in our UNIX server for version control and we are facing problem when working with files more than 2 gigabytes.
· Is there any limitation storing file which is more 2 gigs?
· Is there 64-bit RCS Version available that can handle files, which are more than 2 Gigs?
· Where can I get 64-bit RCS version available to download and test.
· Is there any upgrade to RCS available?
Thanks & Regards,
From: Aaron S. Hawley [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2010 2:26 PM
To: Hemadri, Satish
Subject: Re: Question Regarding RCS
I would be suprised if GNU RCS had large file support (LFS) installed.
Theoretically, a 64-bit version should work, but I would still think it
would need to have changes in the source. RCS was designed for small
source code files, and only binary files later. The GNU version hasn't
been updated in 15 years, and so it would be surprising if LFS was ever
Unfortunately, I don't have access to a 64-bit version with over 2 Gigs of
free space to try and test this out. If I did I'd try running a 64-bit
version of GNU/Linux (Debian or Fedora) and see.
If you wanted another opinion, consider writing to address@hidden
On Wed, 17 Feb 2010, Hemadri, Satish wrote:
> Hi Aaron,
> We are using RCS in our UNIX server for version control and we are
> facing problem when working with files more than 2 gigabytes.
> Is there any limitation storing files which is more 2 gigs? Is there any
> 64-bit RCS software that can handle files which has more 2 gigs.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Satish Hemadri
> Mobile: 240.543.6798
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