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SubjectRe: Filesize limit on SMBFS
Urban Widmark wrote:
>On Thu, 22 Nov 2001, Petr Tite(ra wrote:
>>is maximum file size on SMBFS really 2GB? I cannot create file bigger
>>than that.
>Yes.
>I have patches if you want to be my victim^Wtester.

I am in a masochistic mood today so can I be your victim, too? (-;

Seriously, I can test with all of w9x/NT/2k/XP as servers and I need the
2GB limit aleviated, too, so please email me the [gb]zipped patch (or a URL).

>>Let me know which 2.4 kernel you are using.

At the moment I am using 2.4.15-pre4 + NTFS TNG but I am happy to use any
2.4.x kernel. make bzImage on my athlon takes only 3 minutes...

Cheers,

Anton


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