[Samba] File Size Limit - Why/How?

Lance Gropper streamscalelance at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 20:37:15 MDT 2009

Hello Jeremy:
Is it possible the problem could be due to low RAM in the Linux server? It
has 6GB RAM total, and each Raid volume takes about 1.1GB - only 3 are up at
the moment, so aside from the OS, 3.3GB of RAM is used...


On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 7:28 PM, Lance Gropper
<streamscalelance at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello Jeremy:
> I don't have a problem with your response time - you and John responded
> more rapidly to my request than I expected. I had to read the docs to find
> out how to set the debug level option, and did post the log. I'm sorry to
> hear about your family member.
> Lance
> On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 7:13 PM, Jeremy Allison <jra at samba.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 12:32:40PM -0700, Lance Gropper wrote:
>> > Hello Helmut:
>> >
>> > The VP won't let me post the file. I don't want to sound critical here,
>> but
>> > how come John and Jeremy did not know that the debuglevel option was not
>> in
>> > the config file, or what the log file was called?
>> Huh ? I don't recall ever telling you explicitly how
>> to set the debuglevel option. I do normally assume people
>> have read the docs enough to know how to set up and post
>> a debug level 10 log, maybe that is expecting a little too
>> much, but if I had to write out basic instructions to everyone
>> for every reply I'd be doing nothing else.
>> > I'm in the middle of a
>> > very serious data recovery operation, and need help pretty badly...
>> I'm sorry you're having problems, but remember other
>> people have other priorities. I have a family member
>> in hospital undergoing urgent care. Yes, they're going
>> to be ok but please understand why I didn't spend time
>> looking at your request right now.
>> The follow up poster is correct, if you really need
>> a guarenteed response time you should contract with
>> a vendor who can provide this. This list doesn't have
>> a response time promise attached I'm afraid.
>> Jeremy

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