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Re: Extended attributes limit in Linux

To: Sun_Blood <sblood@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Extended attributes limit in Linux
From: Chris Murphy <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 2014 18:15:59 -0700
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References: <CAMN6oR=a0G6O-3CVVkTwhYKavJTa543U3MLezCM8KW1ASZcPnA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <52EB64DC.4020603@xxxxxxxxxx> <1391165083.4275.7.camel@ubuntu> <52EB960D.607@xxxxxxxxxx> <1391172723.4275.11.camel@ubuntu> <52EBA783.1080801@xxxxxxxxxx> <1391178074.4275.19.camel@ubuntu> <52EBB431.50301@xxxxxxxxxx> <6C94A326-DADE-4A32-97F6-AE84E9F57777@xxxxxxxxx> <1D87A7C9-988F-4F61-A577-67300DAF2554@xxxxxxxxxxx> <14FE2575-4C84-43B8-9992-F91ABE2B6F26@xxxxxxxxx>
On Feb 2, 2014, at 7:33 AM, Sun_Blood <sblood@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I will make a bug report for rsync also that it should not try to copy files 
> with EA bigger then the destination can handle. But it would be great if XFS 
> could handle this files and be fully compatible with OS X backups.

What application(s) are creating such files on OS X? Or how are they coming to 
have such large extended attributes?

Chris Murphy
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