Could anyone please tell me how to fix this? 3 commentsshareall 3 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]InflatableTubeman441 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Try disabling anti-virus, anti-spyware, any of those types of scanners. I checked the drive space and it was getting low, so I stopped a few of the torrents, deleted the files they had downloaded, and figured that would solve the problem, If it does not, then I am sorry to report, you will have to restart the download.Please, let me know if the issue is not fixed. The files are being stored on an external hard drive, which has been tested perfectly normal. http://txtbl.com/vuze-error/vuze-error-disk-read-error-open-fails.html
Address family not supported by protocol family Torrents How can I fix the Data file missing error? Where my Azureus settings are stored? How do uninstall Azureus/Vuze and clear settings before re-installing cleanly? I was headed out of town for about 10 days and was going to leave my computer running while gone so I could access any files I needed. http://forum.vuze.com/Thread-Read-fails-result-too-large
After a few minutes, each will report the "Result too large" error and I'm forced to manually restart it.My external drive reports no errors from Disk Utility. Apparently Google Desktop was indexing my torrents while they were running. Why am I Uploading more than downloading?
However, I've now cleared up enough memory but it looks like Vuze won't let me restart the file transfer. Read the Azureus FAQ Retrieved from "http://wiki.vuze.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=Existing_data_file_length_too_large&oldid=10956" Category: Troubleshooting Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Download Vuze Board index All times are UTC + 2 hours Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group. Trying with it off now.
Thanks!Edited to add --btw, the second large torrent has now finished downloading, finally. If I hit "resume selected right away" the download will resume, but the error is likely to appear again. Anyway, a few weeks ago I downloaded a few torrents and started them in Azureus. https://wiki.vuze.com/w/Troubleshooting How do I make it stop?
If you're like me, it's that Google Desktop has that file open to index it. Greetings,Please, do not forget to click the Accept button if you have found my answer helpful Attachments are only available to registered users.RegisterHere- Close the Vuze program and verify that it The site I found suggested uninstalling Google Desktop. Other Possible reasons, why Vuze disappears/crashes.
The "thank you" at the end was for teaching someone how to clone a drive, not for how to solve this problem.If anyone does have suggestions on solving this issue, please http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=220779 But no sooner had I walked out the door and gotten a chance to check on my computer then I started noticing some strange errors in Azureus. How to run Vuze with IPv6? This page has been accessed 4,249 times.
At 12/14/07, 2:34 AM, Karim said... this contact form Top Litehouse59 Posts: 3 Joined: Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:46 pm Re: "result too large" repeating errors -- Quote Postby Litehouse59 » Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:40 pm Wow - yes Category:Mac Share this conversation Expert: Jason Jones replied5 years ago. Thanks for the useful tip At 12/5/07, 1:52 AM, Roy Rapoport said...
Thanks! Perhaps you missed bluntegg's response to the fsck suggestion?bluntegg wrote:I know there is something wonky with my HD though as for the last year everything just locks up and crashes about Welcome to the torrents subreddit. have a peek here Top x190 Posts: 4943 Joined: Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:59 am Re: "result too large" repeating errors -- Quote Postby x190 » Fri Dec 10, 2010 11:48 pm Please see this
Still happening, although less often. ....Oh well, it's giving me the error every 30-60 mins now as opposed to every 2 mins before. Try /r/filesharing instead. Linux How to have Azureus working with Mandrake Linux 10.x AMD64 Bits?
I had a feeling it was this, but wasn't sure. To avoid the problem in future, configure your music player/indexed not to fetch information from internet without your permission. ran repair permissions in the disk utility 3. When I open Vuze the application starts downloading a lot of files.
Remember me Vuze Forums › Vuze Desktop Client › Download / Connection Problems « Previous 1 ... 15 16 17 18 19 Next » Read fails - result too large Thread At 11/20/07, 1:00 AM, Azam said... Those media indexers & players (like WMP, Roxio, etc.), fetch additional information from internet and possibly add that to the original file (like MP3 tags about artist and album). http://txtbl.com/vuze-error/vuze-error-existing-data-file-length-too-large.html i had the same problem but i dont use google desktop...i noticed this problem has to do with any program that uses indexes and i use windows desktop search and all
Why isn't Vuze running when I restart my computer? Windows crashes with a Blue Screen of Death? U/L is fine, but D/L is a reload every five minutes on files over 4 or 5 gb. Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive.