File Size Limit Exceeded
I am having a weird issue...
I created a NSF share on a CentOS4.2
Then mounted on a rPath LAMP on VMWare
I see the files on CentOS and can create folders and zero length files
however any file i try to copy to the mounted folder or any subfolder gives me a File Size Limit Exceeded and the file is created with ZERO bytes
ulimit -f returns "unlimited"
the problem does not seem to be related to the limit itself
I searched this and all posts i saw refered to the 2GB limit.
btw if I create a samba share on CentOS and the mount using smbfs it works but it's a bit of a roundabout.
any ideias on this?
Thanks in advance
I just had the same problem. I moved from NFS-2 to NFS-3 and the 2GB boundary was gone :rolleyes: It's a different story with samba which I didn't invest further because I want to use nfs because it's faster than samba.
It´s not a 2GB boundary issue, even a small file - 1 byte!, it gets truncated!
Hm ... so the file name is created - but no data copied... I suggest to check the file/directory authorizations in the directory you want to copy the data.
that's not it either, i can create, rename and even delete the files
permissions are 777 on the server, and i checked "Treat remote root user as local root"
i have to try this from another Linux machine, it may be a rPath issue
i will also check if there´s any updates
There seems to be an issue with this specific appliance (or at least mine), using the sugarCRM appliance works...