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Re: Big filesystems.

FWIW, I had expected ReiserFS to perform well at large partition sizes. For the most part it does, but I was surprised to see there is already a noticeable (~7-8 sec) delay mounting a ~400GB LVM part.

On Mon, 14 Feb 2005, Ron Johnson wrote:

On Mon, 2005-02-14 at 23:14 +0100, Juergen Kreileder wrote:
Ben Russo <ben@muppethouse.com> writes:
| Kernel 2.6: For both 32-bit systems with option CONFIG_LBD set and for
| 64-bit systems: The size of a file system is limited to 2^73 (far too
| much for today). On 32-bit systems the size of a file is limited to 2
For clarity, I think that this should be added here:
"without CONFIG_LBD,"

| TiB. Note that not all filesystems and hardware drivers might handle

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