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From: Mark Knecht <markknecht@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-user] NFS - File size limit exceeded
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 23:00:30
Message-Id: 5bdc1c8b05073015567dc540bb@mail.gmail.com
Hi,
   I set up a remote NFS hard drive today as a larger storage location
for MythTV. I wanted to copy over the existing recordings in
/TVstorage (local) to /video (the NFS mount) but it failed on the
first recording looking like this:

dragonfly TVstorage # ls
1003_20050729233500_20050730003700.nuv  1009_20050729120000_20050729130000.nuv
1003_20050730003700_20050730013600.nuv  1036_20050727220000_20050727230100.nuv
1005_20050729220000_20050729230000.nuv  1042_20050729220000_20050729230000.nuv
1005_20050729233500_20050730003700.nuv  1067_20050728203000_20050728210000.nuv
1009_20050727120000_20050727130000.nuv  1068_20050730010000_20050730020000.nuv
1009_20050728120000_20050728130000.nuv  nfslockfile.lock
dragonfly TVstorage # mv * /video/
File size limit exceeded
dragonfly TVstorage #

   Is there any easy way to configure NFS to allow larger copies? Or
am I just better off to blow all the existing recordings away and
start from scratch. Nothing real important in the database.

Thanks,
Mark

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