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    Hello,

    I have reinstalled today my centos but when I type the command
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    ls 
    I have this error

    ls: name_file.tgz Value too large for defined data type

    How I can resolve this problem? I have search on google but nothing solution :S

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    Your system does not support larger file >=2GB in ls. Did you compile kernel yourself? Are you using 32 bit systems?

    Large files are defined as anything larger than a signed 32-bit integer, or stated differently, larger than 2GB.
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    Hi,

    now I have tryed to upgrade the kernel and the problem is resolved thanks for the suggestion

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