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Upping File Size Limit

By plawso ·
Is there anyway to get around the 2gb file
size limit on RedHat 6.2? I am trying to
ftp a 5 gb file from a Tru64 box to a Linux
box that has an NFS mount point as the home directory. The NFS mount point is also on a TRU64 box. After transmitting2147483647 bytes, a 452 Error writing file :Success messages is received on the originating box.
directory. I know it's a strange setup but
that's what the user wanted and I haven't got the hang of this Linux stuff yet.

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by murpe In reply to Upping File Size Limit

Linux kernels 2.2.x have a hard limit. Look into upgrading to a 2.4.x kernel as it has extentions to handle large file sets.

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