The result is at best platform specific and at worst is undefined...don't tryQuote:> I have an old HP-UX (Version 10.2) system with a version of NFS which
> is restricted to a 2GB maximum file size. What would happen if I NFS
> mount a Linux system which contains files larger than 2GB? Disaster or
> just truncating the large files?
my 2.3333333... cents worth
-- Rob Prowel (A.K.A. da wiseguy)
I've just discovered that trying to mount file systems from our SSA to
a SunOS 4.1.3 machine is possible only if the FS involved are under
2.0 GB. This is a HUGE problem to me since we've got a couple of 14+
GB partitions which we need shared. If I mount these large
partitions, SunOs makes them read-only, and 'df' reports them as the
largest size it will recognize.
Can anybody offer a work around?
Can anybody confirm that my analysis of this situation is correct?
12. NFS > 2Gb