I seem to be running to a 2 gig file size limit on a new linux machine. I'm trying to unzip a file that I created on a Windows machine (under NTFS). Once upzipped, the file should be over 3 gigabytes. However, unzip always fails at 2.1478 gigs.....and I've tried other methods.
Is there some inherent file size restriction? If so, how do I get rid of it?
I have a Dell-installed Redhat Linux 7.3 server.