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Re: Limit of 32GB on K15?

hi Hiroyuki,

On Thu, 22 Nov 2007 10:05:39 +0900
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <yama1066@gmail.com> wrote:

> K15 doesn't boot when it is in a disk image of 30GB or more though I
> noticed when I install K15 on VMware.
> Does the limit of 32GB exist in the kernel of Hurd?

i don't know about _disk_ size limits but it might be an issue with the
_partition_ size limit. but i'm not even sure this still applies though.

Neal H. Walfield on February, 19 2007:
> The Hurd can only support partition sizes of up to approximately two
> gigabytes; anything larger than this will not work. This limitation is due to
> a design decision that was made several years ago in which the filesystem
> server maps the entire filesystem into virtual memory. ...
> This limitation is scheduled to be removed.


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