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SubjectRe: generic_file_llseek() broken?
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> I was recently testing a bit with creating very large files on ext2/ext3
> (just to see if limits were what they should be). Now, I know that ext2/3
> allows files just shy of 2TB right now, because of an issue with i_blocks
> being in units of 512-byte sectors, instead of fs blocks.

Does 2.4.13-ac7 show the same. There were some off by one fixes and its
possible I managed to forget to feed Linus one
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