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I have ~65TB of storage and a text file and it's ~63TB. It'd be nice if I could load it all into memory but I'm a little under 63TB short. ...
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    63TB file split


    I have ~65TB of storage and a text file and it's ~63TB. It'd be nice if I could load it all into memory but I'm a little under 63TB short. Tried split piped to compressing but I still run out of storage. And no, it's not a twilight fan fiction.

    Any advice on how to split this into 1.5GB parts would be appreciated.

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    Code:
    man split
    Its a awesome little terminal tool that I use frequently.
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