Re: File size limit exceeded

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Björn Persson wrote:
Horacio Reyes wrote:

Fews weeks ago, we change our old AIX for a new intel/fedora machine. We
make software in ansi C, we recompile all programs with gcc and works fine
with almost every input file, until we process a program with a 3Gb input
file (AFP file), then one of our programs say "File size limit exceeded"

We re-run this on our old AIX and works fine with this file.

Any idea?

What file system do you use? Ext2 and Ext3 have a limit at about 2 GB. Some other file systems can handle larger files.

Most likely the error message in their program is wrong, and they are hitting a memory addressing limit.

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Merely hardware that other people don't want.
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