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SubjectRe: Big-ish SCSI disks
75GB 80GB 180GB all work fine...

your issues are:

location of kernel, below 8GB until you have the chance to turn on lba32
in your lilo.conf...

2GB filesize limit bites people who use large disks more often (well at
least in my app), use reiserfs.

joelja

On Fri, 25 May 2001, Greg Johnson wrote:

> Hi kernel poeple,
>
> Can anyone out there say for certain that 76GB SCSI disks should
> just work with kernel versions 2.2 and/or 2.4? We need to get some
> big disk space and have heard reports of problems with disks
> bigger than 30GB under linux.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Greg.
>
>

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