Everything is in the title : I've got a smb share with write access on a FAT32 file system (I'm aware of the 4GB limit).
I've got 426 GB free of 736 GB shown on the network drive.
Still if I try to upload a medium sized file (94MB) I've got the error :
The file 'fileName.extension' is too large for the destination file system. <Cancel>
Do you know what can cause this error ? (maybe a by user quota ?)
And do you know how can I avoid it ?
The smb server is running on a Debian based ARM linux (Cubian on cubieboard) I access it on my Windows 7 64 pc.
I've install the samba using packages: samba samba-doc samba-common smbfs smbclient and adding in /etc/samba/smb.conf :
[SHARE_NAME] path = /folder comment = comment writable = yes browseable = yes public = yes
Here is the output for
cd /media/path/ ; df . :
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 771772352 324799744 446972608 43% /media/MULTIMEDIA
Edit 2 It appear that the file name being too long was the cause of this. (Same file with shorter name works fine) So I update my question : What is this filename length limitation about ? Does it take the full path into account or just the filename itself. and what it the actual limit ?
Thanks to commenters anyway :)