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What does "file 20120119_134107~20120118_000101.CUST_RFRSH_RESP.DNB.20111130.TXT.zip" tell you? Is it really a file in ZIP format?
Rename you zip file to more simple name (test.zip ) and try again.
or use this command:
unzip -o -P yareea 46 20120119_134107\~20120118_000101.CUST_RFRSH_RESP.DNB.20111130.TXT.zip
please show result of:
Sorry to say I think an answer like "yes grimmer" is respectless and inappropriate. In case you are not aware, here is the forum etiquette: https://forums.oracle.com/forums/ann.jspa?annID=1278
The answer to your question will most likely depend on the OS you are using. Please provide information about your OS and version.
sorry for that,if really hurts you.As i am new to this forum, i have to learn few things.
come to my question...
i am dealing with 3.39 GB Zipped File having text data, my desktop have windows XP OS and i am using putty to work with unix.
Edited by: Sri on Feb 27, 2012 10:06 PM
I tried with renaming of file
$ mv 20120119_134107~20120118_000101.CUST_RFRSH_RESP.DNB.20111130.TXT.zip file.zip
$ unzip -P Marketintelligence2 file.zip
End-of-central-directory signature not found. Either this file is not
a zipfile, or it constitutes one disk of a multi-part archive. In the
latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be found on
the last disk(s) of this archive.
note: file.zip may be a plain executable, not an archive
unzip: cannot find zipfile directory in one of file.zip or
file.zip.zip, and cannot find file.zip.ZIP, period.
eventhough its giving same result.
It's look like archive was damaged.
How this file was transfered to server ?
Show result of commad:
i am working with tool called ODI(Oracle Data Integrator).In that, we have package to load the files from FTP location to Unix box.By using this, I have transfered this file and by checking the file size at both the places, got confirmed that, file got transfered successfully.
anyway i will check with my client again, wether the file is proper or not?
You did not answer my question about what Unix or Linux OS you are using. Why not? By not telling basic details you are forcing the reader to do guess work.1 person found this helpful
For instance: There are known issues with older unzip utilities showing the exact problem you describe. The problem is that some unzip utilities cannot handle files larger than 2 GB and you need to install a newer unzip utility. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=497482
please find the Linux OS version
Linux SMP Tue Aug 18 15:51:54 EDT 2009 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
For check linux version:1 person found this helpful
Edited by: Nik on 28.02.2012 2:28
thanks nik, previously i have used comand like
it has given some info,which is not understandable. where as you are command has given
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.4 (Tikanga)
Enterprise Linux 5.4 ships with unzip 5.52-3, which from what I understand should handle files larger than 2 GB.
You can try to use a different, more platform independent zip utility:
wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/p7zip/files/p7zip/9.20.1/p7zip_9.20.1_x86_linux_bin.tar.bz2 bunzip2 p7zip_9.20.1_x86_linux_bin.tar.bz2 tar xf p7zip_9.20.1_x86_linux_bin.tar cd p7zip_9.20.1 su -c ./install.sh
7z e your_file