zipsplit: Entry too big to split, read, or write
On Thu, 17 Jul 2008 21:17:41 +0200
Bram Kuijper <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to use the program zipsplit (version 2.32) on a large zip
> file (58 Mb) with the following command:
> zipsplit -n 100000 my_zipfile.zip
> zipsplit says:
> Entry too big to split, read, or write
> zipsplit however does work on smaller (< 5Mb) files.
> Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug? I find it rather strange
> for a program to choke on large files, since splitting very large files
> is to my opinion the only thing for which zipsplit might be useful. But
> I might be wrong of course...
> Anyone experienced the same problem with zipsplit? Or should I file a bug?
It means that there is an element (file) in the archive > 100000 bytes
(zipsplit does not split files, this is a feature). Chose a more
appropriate size value or use split(1).
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