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Folder to ISO: large folders gave corrupted image #3

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gencer opened this Issue Jan 18, 2018 · 5 comments

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gencer commented Jan 18, 2018

I had a folder that contains 50.000-100.000 files in it. Not in one dir-only of course. Multiple nested dirs with many small and large files including application source codes to zipballs. If I do Folder to ISO, 17GB ISO Image gets created with UDF support. When I open it via any program such as WinRAR or UltraISO/PowerISO, I only see 3 folders (it has more actually) and even they are not complete either. PowerISO shows inside as 4GB but it's 17GB as on disk. Even, 7-zip can't open and says archive/file damaged.

It's not possible to give you those files due to nature and there is no debug/verbose log on your app as far as i know/see. How do we solve this problem? AnyToISO does this before and I lost important source codes. This time I checked output before I delete the source. I'm glad I checked.

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kleuter commented Jan 18, 2018

Thanks for the report. Can you please make a smaller version of a folder (with files/subfolders) that reproduces the problem?

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gencer commented Jan 18, 2018

its only gets corrupted on large filsets. If file/folder counts are low, then it is OK.

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kleuter commented Jan 19, 2018

Can you please try the beta version? It has more checks before creating an ISO image (file name length, directory path length).

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gencer commented Jan 19, 2018

First and only error I get is:

09:21:49 - The '5b5a656e67615c4c617965725c5370616d42756e646c655c456e74697479...' filename is too long for the ISO image (max length - 127)

But, I would like to ask that, I can understand that those files can be missing in ISO but even main directories are missing. For example;

Folder:

/
/test
/test/another/dir
/test/another/dir/....
/gencer
/kleuter

ISO Output:

/
/kleuter

even /gencer is dropped completely. But file size is correct. Content is corrupted.

@kleuter kleuter changed the title from large folders gave corrupted image to Folder to ISO: large folders gave corrupted image Jan 19, 2018

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kleuter commented Apr 23, 2018

fixed in 3.9.0

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