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post Sep 30 2008, 09:33 AM
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yep i confirm dera's founding, there is a ~160mb upperlimit maybe??
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in a trial, after reaching the upper limit by adding small files a screen comes saying:

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X:\ is not accessible
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service


so no more access to X:\ resulting nothing run with livexp wink.gif

If there is a barier of ~160mb, maybe having a limitation of 150mb may be good?!


offtopic.gif , i cant run small upload ftp utilities with livexp (which will make uploading easier/practical), as a newbie i couldnt find the reason (put required files, but always sth missin), here is one of them http://lancelot.winbuilder.net/5F/noeld_upload.rar i hope you can give an idea rolleyes.gif


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post Sep 30 2008, 06:24 PM
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Have never heared that FBWF has a limit like that. I would be very interested to hear of any further tests you make.
Please try to always also give the version of FBWF you're using.

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post Sep 30 2008, 08:00 PM
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Using the CreateISO.script (Version=31 in LiveXP) with setting 'Size / MB':128MB
only can copy about 70MB
the version of fbwf.sys: 2.0.965.0
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post Sep 30 2008, 09:05 PM
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QUOTE (MedEvil @ Oct 1 2008, 04:24 AM) *
Have never heared that FBWF has a limit like that. I would be very interested to hear of any further tests you make.

There's details of this in the massive FBWF thread on 911cd forums.

Also, there's reports of copy errors when copying large amounts of data to any drive, not just the %SystemDrive%.

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post Sep 30 2008, 10:49 PM
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QUOTE (Galapo @ Sep 30 2008, 11:05 PM) *
There's details of this in the massive FBWF thread on 911cd forums.

I was lazy. I just went to the source. biggrin.gif

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post Oct 1 2008, 02:06 AM
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QUOTE (Galapo @ Sep 30 2008, 04:04 PM) *
Note: FBWF does not reserve RAM like what ImDisk does. That is, if you have a setting of, say, 128mb as a FBWF overlay, that is the maximum amount of writable space, but that amount doesn't begin to be used until you actually write to it. As you write to it, it begins to be used up until 128mb is reached. This is the main advantage of a write filter as opposed to a ram drive.

Hmm, seems like ImDisk might work the same way, at least Nikzzzz's program detects same amount of available ram before and after ImDisk ramdisk has been created.

QUOTE (Galapo @ Sep 30 2008, 04:31 PM) *
Regarding your suggestion, I'll post another script soon which might address this.

I gave up, it's too difficult to do from batch if allowing for very large ImDisk ramdisk.

QUOTE (Lancelot @ Sep 30 2008, 07:33 PM) *
If there is a barier of ~160mb, maybe having a limitation of 150mb may be good?!

Please test the script again. Now maximum cache size is set to 128mb. http://galapo.boot-land.net/temp/CreateISO.script

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post Oct 1 2008, 04:14 AM
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QUOTE (MedEvil @ Sep 30 2008, 08:24 PM) *
Have never heared that FBWF has a limit like that. I would be very interested to hear of any further tests you make.
Please try to always also give the version of FBWF you're using.


fbwf 2.0.965.0

Thanks for the source, if i have the right page look here for limitation:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa940795.aspx
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Specify overlay cache size; defaults to 64 MB. FBWF overlay cache is limited to a maximum size of 1GB.



Just a note for fbwf users to keep in mind, when one reachs the limit (this time with 128mb create iso script limit--> ~140mb), %systemroot% become inaccesable (fbwf 2.0.965.0)
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X:\ is not accessible
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service



QUOTE (dera @ Sep 30 2008, 10:00 PM) *
Using the CreateISO.script (Version=31 in LiveXP) with setting 'Size / MB':128MB
only can copy about 70MB
the version of fbwf.sys: 2.0.965.0

By using createiso.script from galapo's last post
i copy about ~130 ~140mb
in another trial
i copy 114mb single file


QUOTE (Galapo @ Oct 1 2008, 04:06 AM) *
Hmm, seems like ImDisk might work the same way, at least Nikzzzz's program detects same amount of available ram before and after ImDisk ramdisk has been created.

I gave up, it's too difficult to do from batch if allowing for very large ImDisk ramdisk.

No problem, 128mb limit is nice


QUOTE (Galapo @ Oct 1 2008, 04:06 AM) *
Please test the script again. Now maximum cache size is set to 128mb.


All working fine thumbup.gif worship.gif

only maybe adding this can be useful or not, you decide:
pTextLabel7="WARNING: Do not fill all freespace when using PE",1,1,120,254,300,18,8,Normal


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post Oct 1 2008, 07:01 AM
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This CreateISO.script Version=32 (the version with maximum cache size is set to 128mb) seems works fine
using 'Size in %' and the fbwf.sys ver.2.00.0965.0 - and I always use FBWF together with ImDisk setting RAMDrive 'Size in MB'.

EDIT:
In my quick trial did not get the '%systemroot% becomes inaccesable' error when tried to copy too large MB.
Is it possible that FBWF prefer cdimage rather than mkisofs?

Can confirm I can go up to ~130MB but only with many-many but small sized files (max. 2-3MB and mainly below and copy without hurry I mean not in one step),
with larger files 10-30-40 MB copy in one or two steps for me remains the ~70-80MB limit.
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post Oct 1 2008, 12:54 PM
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QUOTE (dera @ Oct 1 2008, 09:01 AM) *
Is it possible that FBWF prefer cdimage rather than mkisofs?

with larger files 10-30-40 MB copy in one or two steps for me remains the ~70-80MB limit.


i always use cdimage with livexp (since it is on create iso script after ff issue), sorry i forgot to mention.

Here are some interesting results (with having 128MB set on script (the version with maximum cache size is set to 128mb))

+58.1MB+36.7MB+36.7MB+22.9MB=154MB -->success
(adding another ~18.8MB -->booom ( %systemroot% becomes inaccesable )

+114MB+22.9MB+22.9MB+22.9MB -->success

+114MB + adding 36.7MB failed (There is not enough free disk space)

+130MB -->success

+132MB failed (There is not enough free disk space)


fbwf is interesting smile.gif, i believe having 128mb limit is enough for the create iso script smile.gif , rest is getting know the fbwf i guess.


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post Oct 1 2008, 03:09 PM
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I have a ftp problem with livexp,

First of all, to prevent a misunderstanding, I dont have a problem using "filezilla ftp client" with my hostos ftp server.

Problem is, I tried 3 ftp server utilities with livexp, "FileZilla Ftp Server", "baby ftp server", "serv-u 2.5" . but all 3 of them works really bad, i can connect servers but i cant send files unless they are very small, livexp limits upload speed to 48.1KB and hangs, i can send only small files like some small .reg files or .txt files.

Besides this problem with creating server on livexp, maybe relevant or not, also "SendTo Ftp" cant connect to ftp server on my hostos, here is the script for trial, and also as i wrote before noeld utility dont work too http://lancelot.winbuilder.net/5F/noeld_upload.rar


i use (and still use) ftp client/server a lot through years for personal usage (sending - geting files through network, at home 2 computer).


Can you help me about this?


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