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Laravel created Forge to do just this. See: http://mattstauffer.co/blog/getting-your-first-site-up-and-running-in-laravel-forge Downside... it costs $10 a month You could try something like this, but I don't know if that will work with Homestead out of the box http://www.iheavy.com/2014/01/16/how-to-deploy-on-amazon-ec2-with-vagrant/
s4cmd claims to support multi-threaded operations. It is a command-line utility for accessing Amazon S3, inspired by s3cmd. It supports the regular commands you might expect for fetching and storing files in S3: ls, put, get, cp, mv, sync, del, du.
Assuming that you're using 64-bit hardware only and you have a technically unlimited hardware configuration, a 64-bit ext4 (not ext3) filesystem will be able to hold a maximum of 1 EiB. However, you are unlikely to have a drive that size, so instead it could be achieved using a RAID configuration. If you are looking for linux kernel limits, there are ...
The SCSI host adapter typically supports either 256 maximum disks. The storage limitations are going to be due to the filesystem you've chosen rather than the OS.
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