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Re: multi-terabyte disks

  The 2.4.x kernels do have a 2Tb limit but that is "fixed" in => 2.5.40
/ 2.6 kernels.

  You could, of course, partition your 10Tb array into 5 logical drives
to solve the problem with the 2.4.x kernel.

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"Noah L. Meyerhans" wrote:
> Am I correctly interpreting pages such as
> http://www.gelato.unsw.edu.au/IA64wiki/LargeBlockDevices in my
> understanding that Linux 2.4 can not address the entire capacity of a 3
> terabyte disk?  I find this very surprising if it's true.  I would have
> expected there to be some demand for such a feature, especially since
> multiple-terabyte disk arrays can be found $10k or less these days.
> noah
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