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RE: FW: Question Regarding RCS

From: Hemadri, Satish
Subject: RE: FW: Question Regarding RCS
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 09:51:48 -0500

Thanks very much. Appreciate your help. 

I started supporting the application very recently, is there a way I can
find out whether my company acquired precompiled executable or source,
browsing through the system.

How big is the impact on the files which are not expecting 64-bit off_t

Thanks & Regards,
Satish Hemadri
Mobile: 240.543.6798
-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Proulx [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 5:57 PM
To: Hemadri, Satish
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: FW: Question Regarding RCS

Hemadri, Satish wrote:
> When I am trying to check-in SAS dataset which is of more than 2 gigs,
> am getting the below error.
> ci: dt_lab_safe_tst.sas7bdat: Value too large for defined data type

That error message definitely indicates that your rcs executables were
not compiled with large file support.

Did you compile your executables yourself?  Or did you acquire a
precompiled copy from someplace else?

On the one hand GNU is all about the source and generally doesn't make
precompiled binaries available.  So your problem would really be one
to report to the party that made your binary and ask them to compile
it with large file support.  On the other I can probably help you to
compile your own copy of the code.  All you need is a C compiler.  The
source is available.  You do not need to be dependent upon someone
else to do this for you.  I do not have any SunOS machines available
to me and so I cannot provide you with binaries directly.

Do you have a C compiler such as gcc on your system?

I happen to be in just a little bit of a time crunch on a couple of
projects at this moment.  My replies may have delays.


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