How to put Large const data to .lrodata on Linux x86_64 (mcmodel)

Linux x86_64 Elf file has a size limitation for Initialized data segment .rodata section - 2GB.
If your Total const data is larger than 2GB then Large data can be put to .lrodata section.
How to ask clang to put Large data to .lrodata?

In gcc we can simply say -mcmodel=medium during object file creation.

But I think clang ignores this parameter on Linux x86_64 platform.
Also clang does not have -mlarge-data-threshold=threshold parameter (defaults to 65535 in gcc)

For now I have to explicitly specify .lrodata section in C code using __attribute__

__attribute__((section(".lrodata")))
extern const long long int B1[131072];
const long long int B1[131072] = {...}

I’m sure clang has a better/simpler way to support large arrays placement to .lrodata on Linux x86_64 platform.

Related Error:
if object file .rodata section is large than 2GB then linking to .so will fail with error relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_PC32