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SubjectRe: LFS stopped working
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"Alex Adriaanse" <alex_a@caltech.edu> writes:
> = 4095
> write(1, "\0", 1) = -1 EFBIG (File too large)
> --- SIGXFSZ (File size limit exceeded) ---
> +++ killed by SIGXFSZ +++
>
> I'm doing this on a ReiserFS filesystem, but trying it on an ext2 partition
> yields the same results.
>
> Any suggestions?

ulimit -f unlimited.

SIGXFSZ means you exceeded your quota. Somehow you managed to set your
file size quotas to 2GB. Set them to unlimited instead. It could be caused
by same PAM module; e.g. pam_limits, check /etc/security/*



-Andi
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