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   From: Goswin Brederlow <>
Date: 25 Aug 2000 17:07:31 +0200

So lstat64 get the size from the internl inode structure and that
uses a 32 Bit value for the size on 32 Bit systems.

off_t != loff_t, so your analysis is not correct :-)

I think the real problem is that your version of libc is not calling
lstat64 and is instead calling the 32-bit lstat, you need to upgrade
glibc to get your system to take advantage of the extended lfs/64
syscalls in the kernel.

David S. Miller
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