I am having some sort of huge problem with my native linux ext2
filesystem: If I try to ftp/cp/etc a file larger than 50k to the
filesystem it reports the error: File too large. However, I have over
60 mbytes free for the drive! Even if I delete files to "make more room"
it doesn't make any difference. I can however dump 100 20K files to the
I am new to the whole filesystem setup, and I have only a small
understanding of the "inode" concept, but perhaps the problem is with
inodes. I have run fsck on the fs, and it reports no errors.
What can I do? How can I prevent this in the future?
I have looked for info on this subject, but I could find none in
the HOWTOs, man pages, etc.