Re: Does Hurd still have the 1GB limit bug?
"Bryan K. Walton" <email@example.com> writes:
> I recently repartitioned my hard drive, and set up partitions for the Hurd
> and for GNU/Linux. I made a partition that was (I thought) just under
> 1GB. After the fact, it turns out that 1.044GB. Do I still need to fix
> this before proceeding? Or has this bug been fixed?
The bug is still there, as far as I know. However, the limit is not at
*exactly* 1 GB. If I recall correctly, the address space for a process
is 2GB (or perhaps 4GB), and there has to be enough continous free
space for mmapping the entire partition somewhere. Slightly more than
1GB might well work.