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SubjectRe: ramfs problem... (unlink of sparse file in "D" state)
On Sat, Jan 06, 2001 at 03:35:32PM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
BTW Al: We have another general vfs/fs problem to handle - which
is exceeding max file sizes on limited file systems. Pretty much
nobody is getting it right. Ext2 can be tricked to go past the
limit, sys5 1k sits there emitting printk messages etc.

Which filesystems have limits other than 2^31 bytes?

I ask this because I was looking at LFS compliance and the way we
currently do things now isn't very smart. Only ext2 checks of
O_LARGEFILE at present (well, their is perhaps good reason for this
as it is one of the fre that supports multiGB files) whereas I think
this check should be done in the VFS.




--cw

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