Seems that apache web server has a 2GB limit.... so i went digging around some more (love google) and found this:
[a href=\"http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=28898\" target=\"_blank\"]http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=28898[/a]
Which is an official bug report to apache, and it was resolved it a solution by Joe Orton, I'm guessing an apache developer
only except, its a very complicated code and i don't know where to put it in/implement it. Any apache gurus know where this piece of code should be inserted? (for the full convo, look at URL above)
[a href=\"http://people.apache.org/~jorton/ap_splitlfs.diff\" target=\"_blank\"]http://people.apache.org/~jorton/ap_splitlfs.diff[/a]
Or does anyone else have any other solutions to enable Large File Support? I want to keep apache the way i have it installed on my comp and it took forever to configure it to get it to work with mysql and php and cgi and perl and if i have to reinstall and reconfigure, its going to be a pain... can i edit some stuff in the httpd.conf file or something? I remember someone from a usenet talking about some magic CFLAGS for httpd to handle > 2GB?? Any solutions?
How to override Apache 2GB file limit and get LFS?
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