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SubjectRe: what is our answer to ZFS?
Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
>
>> In article <200511211252.04217.rob@landley.net> you wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I believe that on 64 bit platforms, Linux has a 64 bit clean VFS.
>>> Python says 2**64 is 18446744073709551616, and that's roughly:
>>> 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 bytes
>>> 18,446,744,073,709 megs
>>> 18,446,744,073 gigs
>>> 18,446,744 terabytes
>>> 18,446 ... what are those, pedabytes (petabytes?)
>>> 18 zetabytes
>>>
> There you go. I deal with this a lot so, those are the names.
>
> Linux is currently limited to 16 TB per VFS mount point, it's all mute,
> unless VFS gets fixed.
> mmap won't go above this at present.
>
What does "it's all mute" mean?

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