[lug] 2.4.20 LFS problem

John Hernandez John.Hernandez at noaa.gov
Mon Dec 8 09:52:23 MST 2003

I'm guessing the Windows NFS Server doesn't support large files.  Have 
you asked the provider of your Windows NFS Server software if support is 
there or Googled for clues?

You might have better luck using the Linux SMB client (mount -t smbfs) 
rather than NFS.

Gregory W. Seker wrote:

>I'm having a large file support problem with 2.4.20 Kernels.
>  -- If I copy a 4gig file from a Linux NFS Server mount to a local
>partition, all is fine.
>  -- If I copy a 4gig file from a Windows NFS Server mount, I get permission
>denied (after 2.1gig)
>        (smaller files are successful).
>   /dev/hda6 /mnt/data reiserfs rw,nosuid,nodev 0 0
>   blue:/nfs /export/bluenfs nfs rw,addr= 0 0
>   black:/export/nfs /export/blacknfs nfs rw,hard,addr= 0 0
>cp /export/bluenfs/BIGFILE         /mnt/data --> Permission denied (after
>cp /export/bluenfs/SMALLFILE   /mnt/data --> succeeds
>cp /export/blacknfs/BIGFILE       /mnt/data --> succeeds
>glib version 2.2.2
>reiserFS version 3.6.25
>appreciate any direction,
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