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    so why dos my filesystem have a 2 GB limit?
    Must I specify a large block size or some such when i format?

    i run 2.4.9 on redhat7.1 out of the box

    Fred

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    On Thursday 23 August 2001 05:58 pm, Tony Hoyle wrote:
    > In the ancient scrolls of Usenet, page
    > <01082316383301.12104@bits.linuxball>, "Fred" <fred@arkansaswebs.com>
    >
    > spake thus:
    > > I need some basic info on File Size Limitations on filesystems such as
    > > ext2/3 and ntfs.
    >
    > ext2/4 use are 64bit these days. I guess signed so they'd have limit of
    > 2TB per partition/file.
    >
    > Tony
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