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LaCie Ethernet Disk mini

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I have bought a LaCie Ethernet Disk mini and trying to copy some large files on it under Linux. Everything seems to be OK except that there seems to be a size limitation with the file system on the hard disk(?)
The manual says it is using XFS file system which theoretically should be OK but still it seems to be having a problem with large files. Any idea on the filesystem or how to reformat it to ext3 as using the LaCie software you would only have one choice which is not actually clear what file system it is.

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