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SubjectRe: Very large files (>2GB) on X86
On Wed, Aug 19, 1998 at 03:51:46PM -0500, Jeff Noxon wrote:

> Anyone know if an Alpha would be able to read >2GB files on FAT32?
> :)

Assuming FAT32 is not that different to FAT (and why should it be,
its not like M$ innovate or anything) then, NO.

There are only 32-bits available for the file size. True, we could
use some previously unused data for more bits, or something along the
slots hack to get around this, but you wouldn't want to.



-cw

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