I am experiencing an issue with Notes 5.0.10 on a Windows 2000 server. We have not upgraded but it was said that a file could be of unlimited size. But now that our file has gotten to 64GB, we can no longer add anything to it. Was this a bug that I somehow missed?
Just saw Chuck's answer to 64GB Notes database. I always thought that 64GB was the largest file size possible under Windows. In theory, a Notes database does not have a size limit, but it is dependent on the operating system's limitations.
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