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Author neologix
Recipients Eric.Wolf, neologix, niemeyer, wrobell
Date 2011-03-01.21:14:05
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After running this under gdb, it turns out that it's actually bzlib's bzRead that's returning a BZ_STREAM_END after only 900k bytes.
So it confims what I've been suspecting, i.e. that the file is corrupt (I got the error at exactly the same offset as you - it could be a bug in bzlib, but it'd be quite surprising).
Note that google returns quite a few occurrences of corrupted OSM archives, e.g. http://www.mail-archive.com/newbies@openstreetmap.org/msg01854.html
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