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    SubjectRe: File Limit in Kernel?
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    In article <1037115535.1439.5.camel@beowulf.cryptocomm.com> you wrote:
    > Is this a kernel limitation? If yes, how can I get around it?
    > If no, anyone know a workaround? I appreciate it.

    the * is expanded to a string, which is too long to be handed as a single
    command line argument. Think it is in the kernel, yes. You can solve this by
    using find|xargs or tar|tar or by specifying a directory.

    Greetings
    Bernd
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