> > There is a 2GB limit index file. So I think that you will reach the
> > limit of swish easily. But, the solution must be easy. You can hack
> > the source the code and make it 64 bit. The trick is easy. Look for
> > fopen, fclose, fseek, fwrite... routines in the code, mainly in
> > db_native.c
> > I have seen this question before. Anyone in the list has made
> > anything? If not, and if I find some time I will try to add this
> > feature. Now, I am fighting against the PHP module.
Can't you just compile with the -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE?
Shouldn't this just make it 64-bit assuming the file system the index
resides on is LFS-aware? You shouldn't have to go through the code and
convert fopen() to fopen64().
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