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From: "Simon 'corecode' Schubert" <corecode at>
Subject: Re: Globbing (was Re: HAMMER update 10-Feb-2008)
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 15:33:56 +0100
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Matthias Schmidt wrote:
> * Oliver Fromme wrote:
>> A few years ago FreeBSD increased the limit to 256 KB.
>> I don't know if DragonFly did the same, but it doesn't
>> matter much
> Nope, we haven't.  Our size is still 65536, FreeBSD has 262144.
> But I don't see any reason not to increase the limit.

I don't see ANY reason why to increase it.  There is simply NO POINT in
doing so.  It will ALWAYS be a limit.  Limit keeps being limit, thus no
change in limit necessary, as it doesn't change the situation.  QED.


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