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Old 10-22-2007, 04:40 AM   #1
tomazN
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cifs mount ok, problems on file transfer


Hello all.

I bough a NAS server. Now i mounted it on /nas-data with cifs.
Mounted fine rw but i get errors when trying to get bigger (50MB) files:

Sendfile error: Value too large for defined data type.

What is this about ?

I used this on a fedora 7 which has no smbfs

If i use it on my suse 10.2 with smbfs it works great.

Any help appreciated. And btw. NFS is not supported on my NAS

Thx.
 
  


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