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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test9 + LFS
> > I attempted to create a 4gb sparce file with dd.  It failed.
> > I created one that was 2.1gb in size which worked. Then I appeneded more
> > junk to the end of the file making it over 2.2gb.
> >
> > doing an ls -l shows:
> > ls: x: Value too large for defined data type
> >
> > NOTE: this worked in 2.4.0-test6 and I believe it stopped working around
> > test8, but I'm not sure. May have been around test7.
> Previous kernels allowed up to 4gb to be returned by the old stat.
> Upgrade your glibc and fileutils -- most recent distributions (Red Hat,
> SuSE, ...) are LFS ready, and the only reports I've seen about this
> concerned Slackware.

I did upgrade that and it didn't help anything.

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