[GRASS-user] ERROR: Bytes do not match file size with r.in.bin (but file size is correct!!)
Ludovico.Nicotina at rms.com
Wed May 8 01:17:52 PDT 2013
Thank you for your answers. A few info on my system:
I'm running on a computational node under linux with 64GB or RAM the machine architecture is a x86_64 and the kernel is also 64bit (running getconf LONG_BIT output is 64)
The version of GRASS I am running is 6.4.1
Also I don't have any problem allocating in fortran an 4bytes array of size 19450x29404x15 on the same machine, so I would exclude system limitations and it's likely to be a GRASS issue.
From: Hamish [mailto:hamish_b at yahoo.com]
Sent: 07 May 2013 22:13
To: grass-user at lists.osgeo.org; Ludovico Nicotina
Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] ERROR: Bytes do not match file size with r.in.bin (but file size is correct!!)
> I get this error while running the following command:
> r.in.bin -f input=inputfile.bin output=outputmap bytes=4 n=51:05:20.4N
> s=41:21:50.4N w=5:08:31.2W e=9:33:36E r=19450
> c=29404 anull=-9999.0 --overwrite
> WARNING: File Size -2007336096 ... Total Bytes 2287631200
> ERROR: Bytes do not match file size 256
> Note the minus sign in front of the first value given for the files
> size in the warning message. Important to notice also that when I do
> an ls –l on the binary input file I get the correct size
> -rw-rw-r-- 1 user group 2287631200 May 7 15:05 inputfile.bin
> Any suggestion on the origin of this error?
what version of GRASS are you using? That overflow should have been fixed just after 6.4.1 was released.
> Is there any limit on the file size for importing binaries into GRASS?
there shouldn't be, other than what the operating system is limited by.
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