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Bug#321494: marked as forwarded ([zsh/stat] problems with large files)

Subject: Bug#321494: marked as forwarded [zsh/stat] problems with large files
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Subject: Re: Bug#321494: [zsh/stat] problems with large files
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> there was a discussion about listing files at zsh-users (beginning with 
> #9229).
> Christian Schneider suggested at #9231 the following solution:
> $ zmodload zsh/stat
> $ ls -fld ./**/*(d`stat +device .`OL)
> When I tested this on my local system, I experienced that the output went from
> the largest file to the smallest. But at the end there was a 7 gig file 
> shown. I
> tested a bit further and discovered that there must be problems with the 2 gig
> limit. All files below were sorted in the right order and files larger than
> MAXINT were put at the end of the output.

All the modules are compiled with the appropriate LFS defines, so I
don't think it's a largefile problem.

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