what are you talking about?!?
Linux has no such limitation.
you can grow files as large as you like.
right now I have an InnoDB dbase with Mysql on a linux
system and the file is over 60 GIGS in size!
maybe you meant 2 Tb? and if you did, let's see you make one that big.
On Tue, 6 Apr 2004, Ronan Lucio wrote:
> Hi All,
> I always worked with MySQL on FreeBSD systems.
> Now I need to install am MySQL with InnoDB and MyISAM
> tables in ta Linux RH system.
> So, do I need to care about the Linux file size limitation of 2 Mb?
> Or MySQL deal this situation with Linux FS?
> In other words, will my MySQL stop working when the database
> get major then 2 Mb?
> Or such situation won>
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