[OpenAFS] volume max size

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
05 Apr 2001 11:29:18 -0400

If a user has more than 8 GB, ask them to separate the data off into
different subdirectories, and then you can mount new volumes for those


David Hajek <hajek@idoox.com> writes:

> Hi,
> AFS volume size is limited to 8 GB, since 1.0.3 - according to the
> docs. My question is what to do, when I need more than 8GB on some
> mount point. For example, every user will have its own volume(home
> directorty), but what to do when user has more that 8GB in his home. 
> Is it possible to mount volumes to the same mount points? If yes, 
> how is this limited? Thanks.
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