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32 bit backup

3 posts in Backup and Recovery Last posting was on 2001-05-18 19:58:37.0Z
jbuhl Posted on 2001-04-11 15:08:54.0Z
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Subject: 32 bit backup
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Hello,

We are on solaris 2.7 and ASE 12.0 32 bit. Im finding out that I cannot
dump larger that a 2gb file with 32 bit ASE backupserver. If I switch to
64bit ASE can I dump more that a 2gb backup file. What is the dump limit
size on 64 bit ASE.


Joe Buhl


Alan W. Matlock Posted on 2001-05-18 19:58:37.0Z
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Stripe to multiple files. Each one can be 2GB.

I believe that the maximum for 64 bit is 4TB. This is an OS restriction.

"jbuhl" <jbuhl@peerdigital> wrote in message
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> Hello,
>
> We are on solaris 2.7 and ASE 12.0 32 bit. Im finding out that I cannot
> dump larger that a 2gb file with 32 bit ASE backupserver. If I switch to
> 64bit ASE can I dump more that a 2gb backup file. What is the dump limit
> size on 64 bit ASE.
>
>
> Joe Buhl
>
>


Shaikh Posted on 2001-04-11 23:49:13.0Z
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I can vouch for 32 GB

jbuhl wrote:

> Hello,
>
> We are on solaris 2.7 and ASE 12.0 32 bit. Im finding out that I cannot
> dump larger that a 2gb file with 32 bit ASE backupserver. If I switch to
> 64bit ASE can I dump more that a 2gb backup file. What is the dump limit
> size on 64 bit ASE.
>
> Joe Buhl