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Re: Cygwin NFS file size limit ?
On Thu, 2007-06-07 at 10:52 -0400, Igor Peshansky wrote:
> I may be off the mark here, but IIRC, nfs-server is a pretty old package
Hmph. It's not old, it's *experienced*. You young folks with your zfs
and fancy-shmancy network protocols... why, in my day... hmph.
> and hasn't been updated in a while, so it may still be compiled against
> the older versions of Cygwin that didn't have 64-bit IO. Running nm on
> the nfs-server executable (which I currently don't have installed, so
> can't do this myself) should show whether I'm right.
Joking aside: the current version of the nfs-server package was built
againt a version of the cygwin DLL that supported 64-bit I/O. The
executable claims that it's importing the 64-bit versions of fopen,
lseek, lstat, etc. - so using it with large files *should* work.
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