It's well known, that zip19x32 uses lot of memory and therefore swapspace.Quote:>I do not know if this is a bug within OS/2 2.1(with 21WPSF.ZIP) or if
>this is a bug in Info-Zip's zip program, but this is what I was doing
>and what happened:
>I needed to zip a directory and all of its sub-directories with the highest
>compress possible. I did the following at an OS/2 command line prompt:
>>zip -r -9 zipfile directory
>Aproximately 3 hours later OS/2 warned me that i was out of disk space
>for the swapper.dat file so I terminated the zip command. I then looked
>to see what the size of the swapper.dat file was, 210Meg. The files that
>were in the directories when uncompressed were only 5Meg.
>Does anyone have any ideas what went wrong?
Switch to zip201x2.zip (2=32 bit) which solves this problem.
Joachim A. Koenen; Universitaet Ulm; Abt. Experimentelle Physik
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