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From "Paul PODGORSEK" <The_Wizard_of_wind...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Disk Full
Date Mon, 22 Mar 2010 19:12:49 GMT
Hello Bill,

Are you sure that the problem isn't coming from the EC2 instance?
I have read some information about it, and it seems the filesystem that is 
used (S3) isn't a standard Posix one.
For example, S3 stores objects up to 5 gigabytes in size.

Two links that may help:

Best regards,

From: "Bill Oconnor" <boconnor@plos.org>
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2010 7:11 PM
To: <users@jackrabbit.apache.org>
Subject: Disk Full

> Hello,
> I have a standalone version of JR 2.0 on an EC2 instance with CENTOS 5.
> I have a 750 GB volume that I launch JR on. I created approximately 17K
> directories which I plan to unzip approx 100K different files. The total
> space consumed should not be more that 500 GB.
> I mount the webdav volume using fuse-davfs2. The directories are all
> made but my script stops unzipping and copying files at around 13 GB.
> The volume itself only reports to be 26 GB.
> Anybody know what is going on here? Is this a JR or fuse-davfs
> configuration? Is there some magic to mounting it? Searched the list but
> haven't identified anything that answers my questions.
> Thanks,
> Bill OConnor
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