[Samba] File size limit in 2Gb
ayachi.yassine at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 16:18:37 GMT 2008
Thank you for the quick response !
In fact i want to create an image with dd on the mounted hard drive ( dd
if=/dev/zero of=/AAAA/AAAA.img bs=1024k count=95000 )
( my img file have 95 Gb... )
So I cant use samba to do my manipulation :(
thanks a lot.
2008/11/20 Iarly Selbir <kurumim007 at gmail.com>
> If you want only copy any file very larger size, you can use the smbclient
> to transfer this file, the smbmount has this limitation.
> iarly Selbir ( Ski0s )
> On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 3:59 PM, Yassine AYACHI <ayachi.yassine at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I mounted by smbmount a partition on a winNT machine without problem...
>> when i tried to copy a file whitch have size more than 2 Gb i have the
>> following error : Overflow size allowed for a file (translated from
>> french ;-) :Débordement de la taille permise pour un fichier )
>> PS. the file system of the harde drive is NTFS
>> PS. The command of smbmount : /usr/sbin/smbmount //192.168.4.224/AAAA
>> /AAAA/ <http://192.168.4.224/AAAA/AAAA/> -o
>> thanks in advance,
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