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Please answer the other relevant questions - internal drive, external drive, how is it mounted.

external drive using Netapp(SAN), and mounted to solaris.

problem only for copy single file, now my current file totally 2 Tb on storage 10 TB.
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Please provide the details from the df and mount commands:
Code:
df /path/of/mountpoint

Code:
mount -v | grep /path/of/mountpoint

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my mount disk

Code:
bash-3.2# mount -v | grep /BACKUP_NEW2
/dev/dsk/c3t600A09803830464A423F4C6F32654D59d0s0 on /BACKUP_NEW2 type ufs read/write/setuid/devices/rstchown/intr/largefiles/logging/xattr/onerror=panic/dev=1d83630 on Tue Jul 10 15:23:27 2018

bash-3.2# df /BACKUP_NEW2
/BACKUP_NEW2       (/dev/dsk/c3t600A09803830464A423F4C6F32654D59d0s0):11495069792 blocks 16224642 files

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type ufs means the filesystem type is UFS.
Where files cannot be greater than 1TB.
Look at my post#5.

Maybe it is possible to compress the data when it is copied to the UFS disk?

Otherwise I see 4 options:
  1. convert the disk to ZFS. Existing data is lost. Back-up first!
  2. get a new SAN disk, create ZFS on it, and copy the data.
  3. convert to NFS. Existing data is lost. Back-up first! Make a NetApp volume, export as NFS, mount as NFS.
  4. get a new NFS share from NetApp, mount it, copy the data.
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