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

Fri Oct 20 20:06:08 UTC 2006
Johnny Hughes <mailing-lists at hughesjr.com>

On Fri, 2006-10-20 at 14:44 -0400, Jim Perrin 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.
> No, this case is strictly an apache thing. the ext3 file size
> limitation is larger than 5G

Right ... the apache is compiled without large file support ...

and before anyone asks ... NO, we won't compile apache with large file
support ... apache 2.0 with large file support breaks many ABIs and it
is not enterprise quality :)

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