2001.06.18 12:38 "Size limitations.", by Bruno Ledoux

2001.06.19 14:56 "RE: Size limitations.", by Leonard Rosenthol

Surely the limit is 2.1 Gb? A direct quote from my battered copy of Inside Mac - Files p16

"Actually, a file on an HFS volume can be as large as 2 GB ($7FFFFFFF bytes). Most volumes are not large enough to hold a file of that size. An HFS volume currently can be as large as 2 GB."

That was correct for HFS...

The comment about volume size shows the manuals age! I don't believe this limit changed with HFS+.

You would be wrong! That was one (of the many) changes that was incorporated into HFS+ - hence my comment about the OS requirements.


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