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Re: support for file systems larger than 2tb writes:

>> >Hi, does NetBSD support files systems on really really really big disks 
>> >(like 2TB).  How about a 24TB disk? Can NetBSD deal with that?
>> Yes. Like this:
>> Filesystem                Size       Used      Avail %Cap Mounted on
>> /dev/mapper/vg0-big       9.8T        64M       9.4T   0% /mnt

>Cool, is that a hardware raid?

It's a logical volume (using LVM) on a volume group of two 6TB disks.

> NetBSD is calling my raid ld1 but only 
>sees 2TB of the 24TB presented.  Is that something I can see by you 
>running the 'df' command?  

It's possible that your hardware RAID controller has such a limit.
Can you give details ?

                                Michael van Elst
                                "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

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