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From:Benjamin Arai Date:April 8 2004 5:17am
Subject:Re: MySQL on Linux
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Just to be complete, linux does have limitations depending upon
limitations of the file-system, and the kernel.  All modern filesystems
(XFS, EXT3, ...) all allow files over a terabyte is size.

On Tue, 2004-04-06 at 13:39, Ronan Lucio wrote:

> > Uhm,
> > what are you talking about?!?
> 
> When I put our site on a Linux system, apache stop working when
> it´s logfile get major than 2 Gb.
> 
> I was afraid of it´d happen with MySQL, too.
> 
> > 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!
> 
> Great!!! So, I don´t need to worry about it... :-)
> 
> Thanks Dan,
> Ronan

Benjamin Arai
Araisoft

Email: benjamin@stripped
Website: http://www.araisoft.com

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