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SubjectRe: file size limit
Hi Khimenko.

>>> What's the max file size on ext2 ?

>> Depends on the architecture - 2 Gigabytes on 32-bit architectures,
>> somewhere around 9,200 Exabytes on 64-bit architectures.

> Unfortunatelly not so big :-(( Only 16Gb with 1K blocks or such
> (triple-indirect blocks structure limit). It's worked on but for
> now there are this "small" limit exists in Ext2 ...

{Sigh} Never having had disks big enough to hit that limit, I wasn't
aware of it. However, would I be right in thinking the said limit goes
up if one uses 4k blocks? If so, what to?

Best wishes from Riley.

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