[Zope] How to recover from the 2GB limit in Windows?
ausum_studio at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 23 22:15:57 EDT 2003
You're right, Reinoud. I should have built Python 2.1.3 with the famous
large file support on, but for several reasons I'm not used to build stuff
in W2K, so I went to Linux RH9 in the way Max suggested. I enabled LFS
before building both Python and Zope. Then copied all the products from W2k
to Linux; then started Zope; packaged the offending Data.fs; and then moved
it back to W2K..
Fortunately it worked.
Thanks a lot,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Reinoud van Leeuwen" <reinoud.v at n.leeuwen.net>
To: <zope at zope.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: [Zope] How to recover from the 2GB limit in Windows?
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 08:20:29PM +0200, Max M wrote:
> > Ausum Studio wrote:
> > > This is the error messages I get, causing a PANIC startup exception:
> > >
> > Depending on your setup, the "easiest" solutions might be to move it to
> > a Linux install and then pack it there.
> Contrary to some belief, windows has been ahead of Linux here for years
> NTFS has supported large files and filesystems (4 TB) since 1994. If
> there is a problem, I suspect it is in the python build, not in Windows
> (assuming you use a modern windows version and not a W9x variant)
> "Nothing is as subjective as reality"
> Reinoud van Leeuwen reinoud.v at n.leeuwen.net
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