On Monday 15 August 2005 23:42, Ewan Grantham wrote:
> Again, am running version 3.0.14a of Samba. My smb.conf is belo
I know sweetFA about Samba or co-linux but I was wondering if this comment I
came across might offer you a clue;
> > Actually, according to the samba team, the 2Gb limit is actually if you
> > use
> > mount -t smbfs command which is not within the scope of samba. they
> > recommend using smbclient.
Even if you dont specifically use the mount -t smbfs command this suggests
that the 2Gb limit only applies to using shares which would be the default
way that I Imagine you have set up Samba but that using smbclient which
treats it similiar to an ftp file transfer would get around the problem.