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SubjectRe: ramfs problem... (unlink of sparse file in "D" state)
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> Which filesystems have limits other than 2^31 bytes?

Ext2 handles large files almost properly. (properly on 2.2 + patches)
NFSv3 handles large files but might be missing the O_LARGEFILE check.
I believe reiserfs went to at least 4Gig.

> O_LARGEFILE at present (well, their is perhaps good reason for this
> as it is one of the fre that supports multiGB files) whereas I think
> this check should be done in the VFS.

Possibly

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