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Re: 2-GB max database file size limit?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-10-28 03:55:59 CEST

On Oct 27, 2006, at 16:45, Ed Price wrote:

>> Apache 2.0 ships with APR 0.9. Apache 2.2 ships with APR 1.2. So
>> you're currently using APR 0.9, which has the 2GB limit.
> Really?? I compiled 2.0.58 + svn 1.3.2 (from standard tarballs) on
> Fedora Core 4, x86_64, myself, and imported a 28 GB initial revision
> (r1) with no problem.
> (Maybe x86_64 is different from i386? I don't know.)

I believe it is possible to compile APR 0.9 with large file support
in some cases:


But many people don't or can't, hence the common problem. In APR 1.2
this is fixed so that large file support is always there.

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