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        o Add long file support for binary pg_dump output


Magnus Hagander wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 15, 2006 at 12:57:50AM +0900, Hiroshi Saito wrote:
> > 
> > >Win32 does not implement fseeko() and ftello(). So I think it limit to
> > >handle a 2GB file. Is this a specification?
> > 
> > Yes, Magnus-san suggested the problem. It is present TODO.  The entire 
> > adjustment was still difficult though I had tried it. SetFilePointer might 
> > be able to be saved. However, I think it might be an attempt of 8.3...
> I've been looking at a fix for this, and I think I have it. The solution
> looks to be to redefine off_t to 64-bit (the standard headers *always*
> define it as 32-bit, and there is no way to change that - at least not
> that I can find).
> I have the fix made for just bin/pg_dump for now (in pg_dump.h), and I'm
> testing that. (So far only on MSVC builds)
> A question though - is there any *gain* from using 64-bit offsets in the
> actual backend? The change could of course be done in port.h, but that
> will affect the whole backend (and require a few more functions than
> just fseeko/ftello to be redefined) which could have larger
> consequences.
> So - provided that this works after my test is completed, is the better
> place to do this for just pg_dump/pg_restore, or attempt to do it for
> the whole backend?
> //Magnus
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