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Old 27-05-2021, 18:26
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Exclamation Lzma Bug/Problem

There's a problem when compressing with Lzma.
When the compression starts, lzma says that my disk is full.
Even though I still have 300+ GB of space.
How can I fix this Bug/Problem?
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Please show me your configuration for LZMA in arc.ini, there must be something wrong.

It should look like this :
Code:
[External compressor:rep,mm,exe,exe2,4x4,lzma]
header    = 0
packcmd   = "FAZip" -i0   compress:{compressor}{:option} <stdin> <stdout>
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Please show me your configuration for LZMA in arc.ini, there must be something wrong.

It should look like this :
Code:
[External compressor:rep,mm,exe,exe2,4x4,lzma]
header    = 0
packcmd   = "FAZip" -i0   compress:{compressor}{:option} <stdin> <stdout>
I have this:

Code:
[External compressor:lzma2]
header    = 0
default   = :d25:fb=273:mf=bt4:mc=1000000:lc=4:lp=0
packcmd   = 7z.exe a -txz -an -mcrc=0 -m1=lzma2{:option}:mf=bt4 -mmt=on -mx9 -si -so <stdin> <stdout>
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This is LZMA2, it uses 7zip. it is also known as XZ.

Side Notes : I have some work to do, use either a different compressor for now or wait till someone helps or i return.

Edit : I am back, so you see the default section up there? just remove it.

Like this :

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[External compressor:lzma2]
header    = 0
packcmd   = 7z.exe a -txz -an -mcrc=0 -m1=lzma2{:option}:mf=bt4 -mmt=on -mx9 -si -so <stdin> <stdout>
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[External compressor:lzma2]
header = 0
packcmd = "lz\xz" a -txz -an -m0=lzma2{ption}:fb=273:mf=bt4:mc=100000000:lc=4: lp=0 -mx9 -si -so <stdin> <stdout>
unpackcmd = dec x -txz -an -y -si -so <stdin> <stdout>
there you are
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So i also tried adding LZMA2 to my compressor, but it still gives me the same DiskFull Error. When i ues this :


Code:
7z19 a -t7z -an -m0=lzma2:fb=273:mf=bt4:mc=100000000 -mx9 -mmt=4 -si -so <stdin> <stdout>

But when i use this it gives me "System ERROR: Not Implemented"



Code:
7z19 a -t7z -an -m0=lzma2:fb=273:mf=bt4:mc=100000000 -mx9 -mmt=4 -si<stdin> -so <stdout>

When running the command without "-si,so,(stdin><stdout>" in command line i can compress files just fine.
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[External compressor:lzma2]
header    = 0
packcmd   = 7z.exe a -txz -an -mcrc=0 -m1=lzma2{:option}:mf=bt4 -mmt=on -mx9 -si -so <stdin> <stdout>
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The problem was -txz, dunno why it didn't work before when i HAD -txz in the first place. :\
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