Jetty is a great Java servlet container and web server. It's fully embeddable and at OnionNetworks we've used it in many of our products. It, however, has the same 2GiB file size limit that a lot of software does. This limit comes from using a 32 bit wide value to store file size yeilding a 4GiB (unsigned) or 2GiB (signed) maximum, and represents a real design gaff on the part of the developers.
Here at OnionNetworks we needed that limit eliminated so last year I twiddled the fields and modified the accessors wherever necessary. After initially offering a fix and eventually posting the fix it looks like Greg is getting ready to include it thanks in part to external pressure. Now if only Sun would fix the root of the problem.
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