Subject: Re: Adding a disk to BSD....
To: None <Greg_Evans@condenast.com>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 05/26/2000 22:27:12
The macos interface cannot understand free space of >2GB. You
can still fill the 9GB partition as normal.
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On Fri, 26 May 2000 Greg_Evans@condenast.com wrote:
> Hi, just added a 9 gig drive to my NetBSD system, and told it to mount itself in
> the fstab on /backups (yes, an odd place I suppose, but perfect for what I am
> doing) It is a single partition and being shared over netatalk. My question is
> how come it shows up in the MacOS 9 finder when mounted via Appletalk with only
> 1.99 gigs available, however a 'df' shows it's full 9 gigabyte size
> am I doing something incorrectly here or is there only support for volume sizes
> up to 2 gigs? If the latter is the case, how would it be possible for me to
> create a single exported directory with all 8 gigs avaialble short of doing
> something like /backups/2gig-1 /backup /2gig-2, etc.
> Please cc: all replies to firstname.lastname@example.org, as I am writing this at work
> and using this for a work project.
> Thanks in advance,