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SubjectRe: When? 64-Bit lseek()?
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> Hi,
> A couple of years ago, I asked the question about having large files
> (that is 64-bits of addressability). Now that the POSIX definitions are
> getting close to being real, (and I haven't ever seen them), what is the
> replacement for lseek(2)? I see that the iNTEL version of linux doesn't
> go past 32 bits at present, but many current disks are close.
>
> Just pining for some "real" address space ;-).

the kernel uses loff_t as file offset, which is a long long.
try llseek(2).

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