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SubjectRe: Filesize limit on SMBFS
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This limit is a kernel´s limit not a file system´s limit. Even vfat has a
limitation of 2GB under linux. I thought with kernel 2.4.x this will be
over.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tyler BIRD" <birdty@uvsc.edu>
To: <P.Titera@century.cz>; <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2001 4:53 PM
Subject: Re: Filesize limit on SMBFS


> Ext2 Filesystems I believe have the limit of 2 GB. Ext3 Extends that
Limit to something??
> Try making the ext3 filesystem partitions and sharing those.
> I don't know limits on FAT32 or any other filesystem you can share
>
> Tyler
>
> >>> Petr Tite(ra <P.Titera@century.cz> 11/22/01 02:10AM >>>
> Hello,
>
> is maximum file size on SMBFS really 2GB? I cannot create file
> bigger than that.
>
> Petr Titera
> P.Titera@century.cz
>
>
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