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From:Brad Tilley Date:April 6 2004 9:18pm
Subject:Re: MySQL on Linux
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On Tuesday 06 April 2004 16:31, dan wrote:
> Uhm,
> 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.
>
> Dan.

He's talking about a 32 bit filesystem w/o large file support. There is indeed 
a 2GB limit on such systems. You may want to read this before speaking up 
again: http://www.suse.de/~aj/linux_lfs.html


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