Error extracting files (insufficient disk space)

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Ton van Eekeren

Error extracting files (insufficient disk space)

Post by Ton van Eekeren » 31 Jan 2005, 16:09

 Posted by:  Ton van Eekeren 

Hi all,

I get an error while extracting a file from Team Object Manager.
The error-message I get is that there is not enough diskspace left on drive
C:, while I have plenty of space.

The following messages I get:

"There is insufficient free disk space on drive - C: to copy to the file -
'C:\Gupta\Working\mvfinmut.apl'.
The free disk space on drive - C: is 1245184 bytes, while the file to be
copied - 'u:\projects31\MVWIN72\Tom\00002435._pf' is 5588946 bytes.
Please ensure that there is sufficient disk space on the target drive before
attempting this operation again."

"The file - 'mvfinmut.apl' failed to extract to the file -
'C:\Gupta\Working\mvfinmut.apl'.
Please try to rectify this problem and attempt this at a later stage."

The bitmap attached to this mail shows the exact amount of used and free
disk space.
If I copy some data on my local disk (ie. about 100 mb) than it works fine.
I think that TOM mixes things up with the calculation of free disk space.

I'm now working with GTD 3.1 ptf-3 and SQL-Base 8.5.0. - ptf-3, but in the
past with CTD 2.1 and SQL-Base 7.6.1 it happened too.
Does anyone has any idea what to do?

Greetings,

Ton van Eekeren
Software development
Unit 4 Agresso Software B.V.

Attachment: DiskSpace.bmp

Jim McNamara

Error extracting files (insufficient disk space)

Post by Jim McNamara » 31 Jan 2005, 16:34

 Posted by:  Jim McNamara 

Was it really necessary to attach a 684k uncompressed .bmp? You have just
locked up everyone with a dial-up connection for about 10 minutes.

Ton van Eekeren

Error extracting files (insufficient disk space)

Post by Ton van Eekeren » 31 Jan 2005, 16:59

 Posted by:  Ton van Eekeren 

I'll zip it next time, but who works with a dial-up connection in the 21st
century?

Jim McNamara

Error extracting files (insufficient disk space)

Post by Jim McNamara » 31 Jan 2005, 21:12

 Posted by:  Jim McNamara 

High speed connections are hard to come by in Russia, Yugoslavia, Brazil,
Venezuela, China, ...

BTW - The only reason you would have to post your hard drive property
dialogue is so we would know you weren't lying to us.

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