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Filename limit on Linux

We're implementing Polyserve on Oracle/Linux RAC environment, please let me know if there is a solution for that. Thanks.

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Filename limitations are a function of the filesystem the operating system runs on. This subject gets far too involved for this forum very quickly so I will refer you to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_system for more information.

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