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facing issues while taring big files with veritas cluster in linux

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Hi All ,

I am facing some wiered problem on RHEL 6.2 while taring big files with veritas cluster - taring short files working fine - please help what could be the issue
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by:Vijay Pratap Singh
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check the big file parameter in mount options for veritas volume.
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I am really basic in veritas - could you please help me with more details and specific about steps to resolve it
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Okay thanks - i found something like

if i convert layout concat-mirror to mirror-concat - will this resolve the issue and if yes or no than please tell me whats the diffrence in these two and how to implement?
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Thanks for your Help
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