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A data compression program. Originally a GNU utility it has been cloned by most Unix variants.

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files contain 50GB+ of data and would take a while to decompress using methods like gzcat foo.gz | wc -c EDIT: The 4GB limitation is openly acknowledged in the man page of the gzip utility included … with OSX (Apple gzip 242) BUGS According to RFC 1952, the recorded file size is stored in a 32-bit integer, therefore, it can not represent files larger than 4GB. This limitation also applies to -l option of gzip utility. …
asked Feb 7 '15 by djhworld