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    Exclamation Looking for SREP64

    Hi,

    I can't find srep64 anywhere, their official site http://freearc.org/research/SREP.aspx is down. Can someone point me to where i can download it ?

    I'm having problems when using 32 bit version on big files (30GB+), it's crashing after some time (don't remember the error... ;/ but i think it was some memory oriented), maybe some options could help ? i wanted to try 64 bit version as maybe it has something to do with allocation/addressing limits ?

    I think it may have something to do with the maximum(?) default 25GB input it takes as described in the embedded executable help:

    "-sBYTES: explicitly specify filesize (for compression from stdin), default 25gb"

    I'm testing it right now..
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    The man itself! Thank you for your work!

    Still can't find srep64 ...
    @edit ok i've got it, you need to update those links on your new site

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    Quote Originally Posted by zrlzahyj View Post
    Hi,

    I can't find srep64 anywhere, their official site http://freearc.org/research/SREP.aspx is down. Can someone point me to where i can download it ?

    I'm having problems when using 32 bit version on big files (30GB+), it's crashing after some time (don't remember the error... ;/ but i think it was some memory oriented), maybe some options could help ? i wanted to try 64 bit version as maybe it has something to do with allocation/addressing limits ?

    I think it may have something to do with the maximum(?) default 25GB input it takes as described in the embedded executable help:

    "-sBYTES: explicitly specify filesize (for compression from stdin), default 25gb"

    I'm testing it right now..
    Ok it now works with bigger files, i used the 64 bit version to compress along with -sBYTES set to 100GB (-s107374182400).

    Here's the new link for the latest SREP if someone can't find:

    http://freearc2.azurewebsites.net/do...rch/srep32.zip

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    Is the website down?

    Tonight I found that I was using a very recent version of SREP !!

    SREP 3.2April 6, 2013


    Damn !!!

    I am using it for three years and v3.9 had been out long time ago !!

    Any chance to get the URL for latest version?

    http://freearc2.azurewebsites.net is down

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    What is the difference between srep32, srep32i, m and s?

    Only compiler?

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    Code:
    srep32i.exe 32-bit executable compiled with Intel C++ 2011
    srep32m.exe 32-bit executable compiled with Microsoft C++ 2013
    srep32s.exe 32-bit executable compiled with GCC 3.4.5 with no SSE code
    srep64i.exe 64-bit executable compiled with Intel C++ 2011
    srep64m.exe 64-bit executable compiled with Microsoft C++ 2013

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