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ARM Compiler and 64-bit filesystems

Applies to: DS-5

Scenario

Some modern network filesystems such as NFSv3 and distributed filesystems such as Ceph and CXFS support 64-bit inodes. In certain circumstances, when compiling using a filesystem that has 64-bit inodes, compilation can fail with one or more of the following messages:

Answer

The binaries listed below are 32-bit only:

Currently, they only support 32-bit inode filesystems, or 64-bit inode values that can be held in a 32-bit value. 

Workaround

There are several potential solutions, not all of which may be feasible:

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