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SshSftOffsetRec Struct Reference


Data Fields

SshSftUInt64 read
SshSftUInt64 write
SshSftUInt64 len
SshSftBoolean truncate
SshSftUInt64 truncate_len
SshSftUInt64 start_ret
SshSftUInt64 end_ret
SshSftUInt64 total_len_ret

Detailed Description

Offsets used in file copy.


Field Documentation

SshSftUInt64 end_ret
 

The returned offset in the source file. The file copy really ended to this offset.

SshSftUInt64 len
 

The number of bytes to be copied.

SshSftUInt64 read
 

Read offset in the source file.

SshSftUInt64 start_ret
 

The returned offset in the source file. The file copy really started from this offset.

SshSftUInt64 total_len_ret
 

The returned size of the source file.

SshSftBoolean truncate
 

Option that specifies whether destination file is truncated/expanded.

SshSftUInt64 truncate_len
 

If 'truncate' is set to TRUE, the destination file is truncated/expanded to size 'truncate_len'.

SshSftUInt64 write
 

Write offset in the destination file.



 

 
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