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Old 08-03-2021, 09:20
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Exclamation Help needed How to use 4x4 command on lolz

Hi peps

I was used this setting to pack a files.srep+4x4:t1:b128mb:lolz

Compression runs well
But decompression return with error.
I was tried this setting with lolz and nz. Also it was gave same error.

Please anyone help me to resolve this
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Old 08-03-2021, 09:28
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Why don't use build-in mt?

lolz:mtt#:mt#
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Some times stuck on it😂
Can you recommend any fast packing commands like lzma? I was tried the elite recommended codes but also it was stucked on higher size files
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I don't know why you are trying to use 4x4 on lolz, it's already multithreaded and as KaktoR stated you can use -mtt1 -mtX where X is your number of threads to enable multithreading:

Code:
[External compressor:lolz]
header = 0
packcmd = lolz_x64 -mtt1 -mt8 $$arcdatafile$$.tmp $$arcpackedfile$$.tmp
As for faster methods, use LZMA2 from 7zip:

Code:
[External compressor:7z]
header = 0
packcmd   = {compressor} a -txz -an -mcrc=0 -m1=lzma2:d64m:fb=273:mf=bt4:mc=1000000:lc=4:lp=0 -mmt=4 -mx9 -si -so <stdin> <stdout>
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Lolz tries to pack larger size files, It will leads to latency mate.
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