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SubjectRe: ramfs problem... (unlink of sparse file in "D" state)
On Sun, Jan 07, 2001 at 12:05:07AM -0700, Eric W. Biederman wrote:

Umm. No. The object of LFS stuff is so that programs that can't
handle large files don't shoot themselves in the foot. You don't
need to pass O_LARGEFILE over the protocol and knfsd doesn't need
to handle it. But with out specifying O_LARGEFILE you should be
limited to 2GB on 32bit systems.

THis means we limit all NFS file sizes to 32-bits unless we have
NFSv3? (I assume v3 is where the 64-bit file sizes comes from? or
does it predate that?)


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