I used a similar set at the sender-side ( $ udp-sender --pipe "dd
but I don't see why the way how you send stuff affects the maximum storage
size on the receivers end. Can anyone think of something?
At 19:44 21-11-2003, Dylan Martin wrote:
Oops. Sorry about the empty email... Achem!
Anyway, I was going to say, we had the same problem, but we fixed it by
piping through dd. Our problem seemed to be on the sender though...
here's what we did...
udp-sender --nokbd --max-bitrate 80m --pipe "dd if=/home/image/disk.img"
The nokbd and max-bitrate are for unrelated problems...
Maybe some simler dd trickery would help your problem.
I have problem with udp-receiver, it is unable to store files
larger than 2GB.
I have read older post and found some work around (udp-receiver > image.gz)
but this did not work either.
my config is:
CPU P4 2,4GHz, RAM 512 DDR, HDD WD 120GB, NIC RTL8139 (8139too driver),
i run debian woody orignaly (2.2) kernel but i upgraded to 2.4.18-686,
i use udpcast 20030831,
partition where i store image i big enough and has reiserfs
i administer small lan, about 15 winxp boxes
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