Re: Can HURD read Linux fs's?
On Tue, 6 Feb 2001, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> What should happen, you get an error message of course!
well, a silent malfunction destroying the whole filesystem would
have been another possible answer of course.
> If you can successfully mount it, you are below the limit (note that
> it is not exactly 1 GB. It is something between 1 and 2 GBs in fact.
> The limit is not hard, but it depends on the virtual memory that the process
> consumes. It might be that if you are very close to the limit, the
> translator will in fact die during running, when it can't allocate any more
> memory for the stuff it is doing).
ok. that makes it much clearer.
peter koellner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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