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tcpip_nfs_-_how_large_of_a_file_can_my_nfs_server_or_client_handle [2019/02/11 19:48]
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tcpip_nfs_-_how_large_of_a_file_can_my_nfs_server_or_client_handle [2019/02/11 19:50]
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 Here there are three different answers.  ​ Here there are three different answers.  ​
  
-Prior to version 5.(including the UCX versions), only the NFS v2 was available. ​ Thus, that was a 2 GB limit.+Prior to version 5.(including the UCX versions), only the NFS v2 was available. ​ Thus, that was a 2 GB limit.
  
-Starting in version 5.through TCPIP V5.7 ECO 1, the NFS Server could be v3, but the NFS client could only be v2.  Meaning that the client had a 2 GB limit while the server did not.+Starting in version 5.through TCPIP V5.7 ECO 1, the NFS Server could be v3, but the NFS client could only be v2.  Meaning that the client had a 2 GB limit while the server did not.
  
 Starting in version 5.7 ECO 2, the NFS v3 client was available. ​ So it is possible to exceed the 2 GB limit now. Starting in version 5.7 ECO 2, the NFS v3 client was available. ​ So it is possible to exceed the 2 GB limit now.
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