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SubjectRe: [patch] generic nonlinear mappings, 2.5.44-mm2-D0
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On Tue, 2002-10-22 at 21:42, Ingo Molnar wrote:
> 2Tb should still work. And to get to the 16 TB limit you'd have to
> recompile with PAE. It costs some (rather limited) RAM overhead and some
> fork() overhead. I think ext2/ext3fs's current 2Tb/4Tb limit is a much
> bigger problem, you cannot compile around that - are there any patches in
> fact that lift that limit? (well, one solution is to use another
> filesystem.)

At > 2Tb XFS/JFS would probably make a lot more sense anyway. We have
the 320Gb disks available now, no doubt by the time 2.6 is out we'll be
looking at 640Gb disks
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