On Sunday 29 April 2007 15:31:35 Joerg Schilling wrote: [...] > Seems you did get things wrong. > > Mkisofs theorectically writes ISO image files up to 16 Exabytes. The size > of an ISO image is technically limited (by the ISO-9660 filesystem) to 8 > Terabytes. > > A 7.4 GB filesystem is more than 1000x smaller than what ISO-9660 supports. > > Mkisofs supports single UDF files > 1 GB (up to 234 GB) since November 24th > 2002 If you turn off consistency checks, you may write defective ISO images > that seem to include single files larger than 4 GB since then. > > In a few weeks, mkisofs will support single files up to 8 TB and hide these > files (if larger tan 234 GB) from the UDF tree for consistency. So the problem is that currently a file that is larger than 4GB is not supported but if the files are smaller than 4 GB there is no problem with writing a 7.4 GB isofile ? Regards, ismail
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