At 12:15 AM 3/20/02 -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
>"Fred Moyer" <fred(at)digicamp(dot)com> writes:
> > ran time pg_dump -c --verbose database > datafile.psql from the command
> > and got a file size limit exceeded. datafile.psql stopped at 2 gigs. any
> > ideas how to exceed that limit?
> > redhat 7.2, 2.4.9-31 kernel
>[ scratches head... ] If you were on Solaris or HPUX I'd tell you to
>recompile with 64-bit file offset support enabled. But I kinda thought
>this was standard equipment on recent Linux versions. Anyone know the
>magic incantation for large-file support on Linux?
depending on the shell being used, i'd try limit or ulimit
We've seen a case where large file support had to be tweaked in the Veritas
file systems as well.
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