Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread Dantz
Hi there I have been trying to back-up a single file which is larger than 2GB. It seems however that retrospect does not support this feature (according to tech support). Does anybody have any ideer to how I might get this file on tape. I'm currently running. Retrospect 4.3 and ADK 1.8 on a

RE: Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread Joel Moore
I'm coming from the PC world here, but there must be some Mac utilities out there for splitting large files up. To see what I mean search for "file splitter" at http://www.softseek.com. These are all PC utilities but if you follow some of the links to the home pages you may find that they also

Re: Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread Glenn L. Austin
I'm coming from the PC world here, but there must be some Mac utilities out there for splitting large files up. To see what I mean search for "file splitter" at http://www.softseek.com. These are all PC utilities but if you follow some of the links to the home pages you may find that they

RE: Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread david campano
Are their any file splitter programs , that will split a 'zip' file for example, and leave the 'parts' in a zip format? Thanks for your answer. Dave Campano [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- -- To subscribe:[EMAIL PROTECTED] To unsubscribe:

Re: Daily Problems with out of Sync Error messages...

2000-11-14 Thread Irena Solomon
Hi Dan, I don't know what you have tried already, but if you are repeatedly getting catalog out of sync errors, that may be a sign of SCSI problems, corruption on the volume on which the catalog is stored, or, as you alluded to, crashes during the backup. If you haven't already, take a look at

RE: Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread Joel Moore
Hmmm...At first I couldn't see the point of this but after thinking about it it seems quite useful. I was thinking that it would require a program that creates some sort of proprietary zip file format that includes info about other files in the set. I suppose spanning could be used to this

Re: Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread Nick Scalise
Stuffit Deluxe for Mac lets you set a 'maximum' segment size. The segment size seems limited only by the Mac OS max file size. on 11/14/2000 1:45 PM, Joel Moore wrote: Hmmm...At first I couldn't see the point of this but after thinking about it it seems quite useful. I was thinking that

RE: Back-up files are too large

2000-11-14 Thread Steve Axthelm
I was thinking that it would require a program that creates some sort of proprietary zip file format that includes info about other files in the set. I suppose spanning could be used to this effect (which is built into most zip programs) but it seems to be tied to the floppy drive. I suppose the