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Re: Biggest file?

by keszler (Priest)
on Dec 17, 2011 at 12:20 UTC ( #944067=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Biggest file?

It depends on what the meaning of manipulate is.

Manipulate: create by issuing commands to other programs (i.e. DB), copy/move/delete (including across networks), etc. without opening/reading.

  • Typical size: 4GB
  • maximum size: 8GB
  • OS used: Solaris 10, CentOS 5
  • Filesystem used: UFS, NFS, Ext3
  • description: database/application/custom_compiled_code backups
  • format: binary

Manipulate: read/write

  • Typical size: 20MB
  • maximum size: 100MB
  • OS used: Solaris 10
  • Filesystem used: UFS
  • description: Proviso data
  • format: variable-length text records w/ default seperator '|_|', 1/20/100 chars

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