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creat64(2)									       creat64(2)

NAME
       creat64(),   fstat64(),	fstatvfs64(),  getrlimit64(),  lockf64(),  lseek64(),  lstat64(),
       mmap64(),  open64(),  pread64(),  prealloc64(),	 pwrite64(),   setrlimit64(),	stat64(),
       statvfs64(),  truncate64(), ftruncate64(), O_LARGEFILE - non-POSIX standard API interfaces
       to support large files

SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
       New API's to support large files in 32-bit applications.  These API interfaces are  not	a
       part of the POSIX standard and may be removed in the future.

	      The		function  returns a file descriptor which can be used to grow the
				file past 2  GB  if  desired.  All  other  functional  behaviors,
				returns, and errors are identical to

	      The		function  is  identical  to  except that returns file status in a
				instead of a All other functional behaviors, returns, and  errors
				are identical.

	      The		function  is  indentical  to except that returns file status in a
				struct instead of a struct

	      The		function is identical to except  that  passes  a  as  its  second
				parameter  instead  of a All other functional behaviors, returns,
				and errors are identical.

	      The		function is identical to except that  accepts  an  for	the  size
				parameter instead of All other functional behaviors, returns, and
				errors are identical.

	      The		function is identical to except  that  accepts	an  type  as  the
				desired  offset  and  has  a return value of All other functional
				behaviors, returns, and errors are identical.

	      The		function is identical to except that returns  file  status  in	a
				instead  of  All  other functional behaviors, returns, and errors
				are identical.

	      The		function is identical to except that accepts the file  offset  as
				an

	      The		function  opens  files of any size.  It returns a file descriptor
				which can be used to grow the file past  2  GB	if  desired.  All
				other functional behaviors, returns, and errors are identical to

	      The		function  is  identical to except that accepts the file offset as
				an All other functional behaviors, returns, and errors are  iden-
				tical to

	      The		function  is  identical to except that accepts the file offset as
				an All other functional behaviors, returns, and errors are  iden-
				tical to

	      The		function  is  identical to except that accepts the file offset as
				an All other functional behaviors, returns, and errors are  iden-
				tical to

	      The		function  is  identical  to  except  that  passes a as its second
				parameter instead of a All other functional  behaviors,  returns,
				and errors are identical.

	      The		function  is  identical  to  except that returns file status in a
				instead of a

	      Refer to

	      The		function is identical to except that accepts the length parameter
				as  an	instead  of  All other functional behaviors, returns, and
				errors are identical to

	      The		function is identical to except that accepts the length parameter
				as  an	instead  of  All other functional behaviors, returns, and
				errors are identical to

	      Setting		in a call to or is equivalent to calling or both of which set  in
				the  file  status flags.  This bit is automatically set by and if
				is set to 64.  The bit may be queried by (or which can also  turn
				the bit on or off if desired.

APPLICATION USAGE
       The  standard  POSIX  interfaces  may  be used by 32-bit applications to create and access
       large files if compiled with set to 64.

       The interfaces described here are alternatives to the standard ones, and  are  enabled  by
       defining

       For  64-bit  applications,  access  to large files is automatic, as long as the underlying
       file system is enabled for large files.	The interfaces on this man page are available  to
       64-bit  applications,  for convenience in porting, but provide no additional capabilities.
       The exception is which is not visible to 64-bit applications.

SEE ALSO
       creat(2), thread_safety(5).

										       creat64(2)


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