jacobs at surferie.net
Sat Nov 10 16:57:06 EST 2001
Reiserfs would be your best bet with linux. Not sure what its upper limit is (if it even has one) but it's way above 2GB. Of course you'd need to move some things around and format a linux partition with reiserfs then move everything back. The other nice thing is that reiserfs has a journaling system, meaning no more of those long fscks at boot up. It has been in kernels since 2.4.1.
On Sat, Nov 10, 2001 at 12:54:49PM -0500, Tommy Moore wrote:
> Hi guys. Are there any filesystems that linux can read and write to that
> support files larger than 2 gigs? Have a server that we're using ghost to
> backup and when trying to upload the image to the linux machine it stops
> at the 2 GB mark. Is there anything short of setting up antoehr MS server
> to handle these big files?
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