On Sat, 26 Jan 2002 18:52:30 +0100, Seth Mos wrote:
>Irix looks a lot like BSD which means that a lot of interfaces are
>completely different from linux.
>The algorithms are mostly the same but the kernel is sufficiently different
>that it needs a lot of work to make them play together. It is absolutely
>not a drop-in kernel mod.
I see. Sorry, but I don't have any IRIX experience, so I was pretty clueless
about that. Thanks for explaining!
>>I probably can't do that since as you know I use hardware RAIDs so I probably
>>need "big" filesystems, and I also need "big" files.
>What steve meant was big from a linux standpoint. XFS bigfiles are 2^63. I
>don't how large files will become without this option though. You can't get
>further that 2TB anyways on linux.
That will do for now. :-)
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