Tom Lane napsal(a):
"Zeugswetter Andreas OSB SD" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Exactly, e.g. AIX is one of those. jfs (not the newer jfs2) has an
to enable large files, which is not the default and cannot be changed
And even if it is enabled, jfs has a 64 Gb filesize limit !
Anybody know others that support large but not huge files ?
Yeah, HPUX 10 is similar --- 128GB hard maximum. It does say you
can convert an existing filesystem to largefile support, but it has
to be unmounted.
These examples suggest that maybe what we want is not so much a "no
segments ever" mode as a segment size larger than 1GB.
Patch allows to use bigger than 2/4GB segment files and it is possible
changed it in source file. But how it was mentioned in this thread maybe
somethink like this "CREATE TABLESPACE name LOCATION '/my/location'
SEGMENTS 10GB" should good solution. If segments is not mentioned then
default value is used.
PS: ZFS is happy with 2^64bit size and UFS has 1TB file size limit
(depends on solaris version)
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