Re: NFSv3 Problem
On Mon, 5 Feb 2001, Francis 'Dexter' Gois wrote:
As far as I know, to get 2GB+ file support you both need a 2.4.x kernel
and a libc6 that is compiled against 2.4.x headers. I do not know if
current debian unstable has this working, but that is what it takes to get
it running at least.
> Not sure, but i think your problem is not with the NFS but with the ext2fs
> filesystem, which cannot handle files larger than 2gb.
> I think i read it in a howto.
> Does anyone has a reference ?
> On Monday 05 February 2001 18:33, Massimiliano Mannozzi wrote:
> > hi
> > I have a problem with NFSv3,
> > I have correctly installed kernel 2.2.18 with the NFSv3 support and
> > util-linux2-10s. I have put in /etc/fstab
> > 192.168.10.10:/vol/vol0/home /mnt nfs
> > rsize=8192,wsize=8192,nfsvers=3,nolock,timeo=14,intr,bg 0 0
> > and all it works normally, but it does not write file greater than 2Gb.
> > ulimit -a
> > core file size (blocks) 0
> > data seg size (kbytes) unlimited
> > file size (blocks) unlimited
> > max locked memory (kbytes) unlimited
> > max memory size (kbytes) unlimited
> > ....
> > ....
> > why?
> > thank's
> > m.
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