Samba shares that are mounted using
smbmount (which internally uses
mount -t smbfs) uses the
smbfs.o kernel module. This module does not support file sizes greater than 2 GB. So any manipulation done to a file greater than 2GB will fail with a '
file size limit exceeded' error.
In addition, the server that is being mounted with
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