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Re: Fat 32 and uploading to UFT
Posted by: UFTEngineering Date: March 23, 2000 at 10:55:36
In Reply to: Re: Fat 32 and uploading to UFT by John Moran of 11492

I truly appreciate your efforts in helping us figure this out!

We use a TAR, GZIP (this is a standard unix compression format) file compression utility. It is 16-bit. On the server end are 32-bit versions of these utilities. I believe there is a different set for unpacking files that came from the Macintosh version of UFT also.

There is no limit that I'm aware of in the number of files it can decompress, I believe it is ruled by the capabilities of the filesystem its' being used on.

The number of files doesn't appear to be an issue, only the final size of the UPLOAD.TGZ file.

-blue






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