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Max File Size

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Is the max file size a relevant issue in python anymore? I know OS X
has a max file size of 8 exabytes and I'm not sure about the latest
version of Ubuntu. Does python have an independent file size limit, or
is it dependent upon the OS it was compiled on?

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Kenneth Miller
Mar 12 '08 #1
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xkenneth wrote:
Is the max file size a relevant issue in python anymore? I know OS X
has a max file size of 8 exabytes and I'm not sure about the latest
version of Ubuntu. Does python have an independent file size limit, or
is it dependent upon the OS it was compiled on?
The latter should be the case. E.g. ZODB can grow larger than 2GB.

Diez
Mar 12 '08 #2

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