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Re: [Linux-cluster] File size limitation on GFS



If you want GFS in single user mode (no networking) then you can mount using
the lock_nolock protocol.  Be very careful because if two or more machines
mount the filesystem using this option, you will cause corruption.


On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 03:45:49PM +0400, karasiov infobox ru wrote:
> Çäðàâñòâóéòå, Ion.
> 
> Âû ïèñàëè 1 àâãóñòà 2005 ã., 13:30:48:
> 
> IA> Hi everybody, 
> IA> is there is a maximum file size the GFS can handle?
> IA> I tried to do some tests with big files, and I couldn't open (open(2)) 
> IA> files that
> were  >>= 2Go. (It works with 1Go files, I didn't try sizes between 1 and 
> IA> 2 Go).
> 
> IA> I would like to know if this limitation comes from my configuration or 
> IA> from the GFS
> IA> file system.
> 
> IA> I searched an answer in the web and in the mailing list but I didn't 
> IA> found anything,
> IA> If I missed something I'd be very sorry and an url to the article
> IA> I missed would be a great answer :).
> 
> IA> Thanks in advance!
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I need to start GFS in a single mode on Debian Sarge,
> but ccsd does not start - whats wrong with single mode?
> 
> SK
> 
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