Subject: Re: 2.0 and >2T filesystems
To: None <email@example.com>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 11/21/2005 12:41:06
>> I'm working with a 2.0 i386 machine. [...ca. 3T of disk...]
>> But I've tried ccd and I've tried RAIDframe RAID0, and in each case,
>> two components each 2930351232 sectors adds up to a result having
>> only 1565734912 sectors (that's the RAIDframe value, ccd may differ
>> slightly but is about the same) - both appear to be using 32-bit
>> sector numbers.
> How did you get this value from RAIDframe?
Looking at the default disklabel on raid0.
> RAIDframe already supports 64-bits worth of sectors in an array.
> Unfortunatly, I don't think NetBSD's disklabel does. :(
I'll retry RAIDframe, then, and use other tools to see about the
resulting "disk"'s size, to see if it actually works despite reporting
the low bits of the "real" value.
Thank you very much!
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