large file support in Win32
ryan at malayter.com
Mon Sep 26 15:18:30 CEST 2005
On 9/26/05, Werner Koch <wk at gnupg.org> wrote:
> Cross compiling using a Debian system will for sure be easier. I have
> uploaded an upx packed gpg binary for testing:
It looks like this is working well... thanks Werner! See the
transcript of my test below. I created a different ~4.5 GB file for
testing (the 45 GB file took too long).
Do you think I need to do the same testing with a compressible file?
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gpg (GnuPG) 1.4.3-cvs
09/26/2005 05:49 AM 4,697,620,480 myfile.dat
C:\>gpg -vv -c -z 0 --cipher-algo AES -o c:\temp\myfile.dat.gpg e:\myfile.dat
gpg: using cipher AES
gpg: writing to `c:\temp\myfile.dat.gpg'
C:\>gpg -vv -d -o e:\myfile2.dat c:\temp\myfile.dat.gpg
:symkey enc packet: version 4, cipher 7, s2k 3, hash 2
salt 56008c37ea561c64, count 96
gpg: AES encrypted data
:encrypted data packet:
gpg: encrypted with 1 passphrase
:literal data packet:
mode b (62), created 1127739087, name="myfile.dat",
raw data: unknown length
gpg: original file name='myfile.dat'
:mdc packet: length=20
gpg: decryption okay
C:\>gpg --print-md sha1 e:\myfile.dat
e:\myfile.dat: D494 D886 6589 96C3 B7DF F446 D9A3 80BD 6B37 ECAB
C:\>gpg --print-md sha1 e:\myfile2.dat
e:\myfile2.dat: D494 D886 6589 96C3 B7DF F446 D9A3 80BD 6B37 ECAB
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