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.. > Kind regards, > Darren Wise Esq, > B.Sc, HND, GNVQ, City & Guilds. > > Managing Director (MD) > Art Director (AD) > Chief Architect/Analyst (CA/A) > Chief Technical Officer (CTO) > > www.wisecorp.co.uk> www.wisecorp.co.uk/babywise > www.darrenwise.co.uk
-------- Original message -------- From: hiro <23h...@gmail.com> Date: 27/02/2017 18:14 (GMT+00:00) To: Fans of the OS Plan 9 from Bell Labs <email@example.com> 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?