My reading of the standards is:
[EFBIG] - File too large. You get this when trying to write. Not for a seek.
The size of a file would exceed the maximum file size
of an implementation or offset maximum established
in the corresponding file description.
[EOVERFLOW] - Value too large for data type. This can happen for a seek.
The resulting file offset would be a value which cannot be represented
correctly in an object of the given type.
[EINVAL] - Bad value for other reasons. This will happen for a seek to a
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