A distributed file does have two parts on UV. The file is created at the unix level as a directory with files DATA.30 and OVER.30. I always thought that as long as neither the DATA.30 or OVER.30 exceeded 2gig, life was good.
Actually, a DISTRIBUTED file is largely a logical construct. It is a
collection of normal files under the umbrella of a master logical file.
The components of the DISTRIBUTED file (also called a PART file) can be
any hashed file type.
The file type that has DATA.30 and OVER.30 is a DYNAMIC file.
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