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Re: 2GB limit on samba and nfs?



On Thu, 2005-28-04 at 13:56 -0500, Debbie Tropiano wrote:
> Mike -
> 
> Did you ever get a resolution for this?  We're seeing similar problems
> with two of our FC2 systems (2.6.6 kernel) interacting with each other
> via NFS and/or with other systems (including Solaris).  Our testing
> shows that it's only a problem on two (of our five FC2 systems) and one
> of them has a 3ware RAID card (the Escalade, not the newer 9000 series)
> so I'm not sure if that's a factor.
> 
> Could it be an NFS setting somewhere (the systems were installed from
> the same media and should be setup very close to the same).
> 
> We're pretty baffled by this problem, so any advice would be appreciated.
> 

I regularly send files over 3GB to my FC3 machine running Samba.
I am unable to send files over 4GB. For larger files I had been 
using an external Firewire drive formated with NTFS, but recently
got "Putty" for my Windows machine and am using the SCP client 
{pscp} to transfer the files now.


> Thanks,
> Debbie
> 
> On Sun, Dec 26, 2004 at 02:51:01PM -0500, Mike Burger wrote:
> > Sorry for the cross post, but the environment calls for it.
> > 
> > I'm running a RHL9 server, and an FC2 client.
> > 
> > Whether by NFS or SMB, I'm running into the same problem.
> >...
> > Is anyone aware of nfs/smbfs limits that I should be aware of?
> 
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