[Snort-users] 2.0 GB Max file size on linux packet captures
erek at ...950...
Wed Sep 24 16:25:06 EDT 2003
On Wed, 24 Sep 2003, Scott Williams (Network) wrote:
> When I do tcpdump or snort packet captures to disk, I keep hitting a max
> file size of 2GB. I've tried different versions of RedHat. From web
> searches, it seems like I need to enable Large File Support (LFS), but
> this doesn't seem well documented or supported.
> Does anyone have experience doing this or is there a linux distro that
> defaults to LFS?
Sure. It's called "Solaris" or "OpenBSD". ;-)
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