Regardless of the file size the main limit to anything would be for me 
something material..
Like actual drive space to put that lone file in to or spread across a set if 
drives, NAS, RAID an all that..
Software itself is always a little way ahead of hardware..
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-------- Original message --------
From: hiro <> 
Date: 27/02/2017  18:14  (GMT+00:00) 
To: Fans of the OS Plan 9 from Bell Labs <> 
Subject: Re: [9fans] SHA-1 collision and venti 

Bakul: I want to store a 1000000000 Petabyte file, can your archival
system support that? I want to research big files.

There's always a limit, but when does it matter?

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