[CentOS] file size limit in apache 2.0 on centos 4

Fri Oct 20 18:47:50 UTC 2006
Robert Becker Cope <robert at gonkgonk.com>

"Brett Serkez" <bserkez at gmail.com> wrote:

> The file size limitation is in the file system type, ext3 is the
> default on CentOS. There are other file system types that can be used
> in a partitiion, such as reiser, jfs, xfs, each with their own
> attributes.

This is not accurate. Apache is simply not compiled with large file support on
CentOS systems. To change this would mean to break binary compatibility, so it
is not likely to change until RHEL5 is released. Or something like that.