error with tapecopy writing, buffer to small ???
Eric J Korpela
korpela at ssl.berkeley.edu
Tue Feb 12 12:26:30 CST 2008
I've similar problems on Linux 2.4 kernels when writing to tape
devices via DMA with a block size > 32k. It can be solved if you are
willing to move to a 2.6 kernel (and your hardware supports large DMA
transfers). Exactly 32kB blocks usually work.
I'd be surprised if your tape images actually have blocks bigger than
32k, but I suppose it is possible.
On Feb 9, 2008 11:16 PM, <g-wright at att.net> wrote:
> I have been playing with Eric Smith "TapeCopy" and some cartridge tapes.After
> reading them, when I try to write them, I get an error message that the tape image
> is too long for the for the 32768 byte buffer . I'm running it on a linux machine
> ver is RedHat 7.2. Not to sure why ??? tapes where DC600 (60 Meg).
> - jerry
> Jerry Wright
> JLC inc
> g-wright at att.net
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