Hello Ask,

This seems to be 2 examples of me. Both of them are used as a possible
approach of send/receive and based on speed (hence the reason of mem
allocation) witch is not what you need.

What you need to do is save each received block to disk. Thats all.

Rgds, Wilfried

Monday, September 5, 2005, 17:43, Ask wrote:

> The sample program RCVFILE.DPR crashes when the file being sent by
> SENDFILE.DPR is big. It works with 2MB files but not 2GB files. I want to
> use this technology to send my large zipped backups over the internet but
> until this sample program is fixed I can't.

> I read the sample's source code. It appears that it allocates a block of
> physical memory equal to the size of the file. For many computers this will
> mean a maximum transferable file size of perhaps 100MB. But the files I want
> to transfer are larger than that. Can this program be fixed? Has anyone
> already fixed this problem?

> Thanks. So far I really like ICS.

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