Ticket #1068 (closed defect: obsolete)
Problem with Shared Folder and reported file system
|Reported by:||hobbes69||Owned by:|
|Version:||VirtualBox 1.5.4||Keywords:||shared folders, file system, VBoxSharedFolderFS|
Description (last modified by aeichner) (diff)
I'm running a Windows XP SP2 guest on Fedora 8 64bit.
I've setup a shared folder to handle most of the data I deal with in XP so I can keep the virtual drive small. I was using Nero Image Recorder in Nero Vision (for a home video) and when I went to burn the images in K3B under Fedora I found the files were broken into 2GB chunks: .nrg, .nrg.001, .nrg.002, etc.
The only reason I can think of that Image Recorder would do this is because the Shared Folder (mapped to G: for ease of use) reports a file system of VBoxSharedFolderFS and Image Recorder not knowing how to deal with this defaults to the most compatible mode (FAT16 2GB limitation). When I connect to a Samba share it reports NTFS which is more appropriate but it seems to limit the transfer rate to 100Mbit even though it's not a real network device.
The current workaround is to do a 'cat file1 file2 file3 > file4' which seems to work but results in a lot of disk space usage temporarily.
Is there any way to change the file system the shared folder reports?