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windows system "TOTAL OF FILES" and "TOTAL FILE SIZE" is limited?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by koolss, 2010/07/20.

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    koolss

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    Hi guys,

    I have question,. I used "windows xp pro sp2, (32bit) ", used "NTFS "

    do you know windows system "TOTAL OF FILES" and "TOTAL FILE SIZE" is limited?

    (1) I need "\myfolder" to create 50,000 files, for each (1MB). is work?

    (2) I need "\myfolder" that "TOTAL FILE SIZE" around "for each file 20GB x 30files = 600GB "

    over size ?

    (3) I known "NTFS" or "FAT32" is difference, but that MAX support "TOTAL OF FILES" and "TOTAL FILE SIZE" same limited?
     
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    koolss

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    thanks, I known and tested "C:\WINDOWS\system32 ", windows explorer need processing 3 sec , around 8000 files.

    I not sure if "\myfolder\" saved "50000" file, maybe system hang , no resp?:confused:
     
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