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SubjectLarge Block Device testing -- preliminary results.

So far I've been able to test JFS on two megaraid controllers
software-raided together to give a 4-terabyte filesystem on a 32-bit
system; and a single 2.4TB filesystem on a 64-bit machine.

On the 32-bit system:

$ df -k
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda2 2403452 1991036 290324 88% /
/dev/hda1 46667 10566 33692 24% /boot
/dev/md0 4016755544 33794668 3982960876 1% /mnt

$ cat /proc/partitions
major minor #blocks name

9 0 4016911104 md0
8 0 1990639616 sda
8 16 1990639616 sdb
3 0 20066251 hda
3 1 48194 hda1
3 2 2441880 hda2
3 3 979965 hda3
3 4 16595145 hda4
3 64 20066251 hdb
3 65 1028159 hdb1
3 66 19037025 hdb2

(md0 is a linear RAID of sda, sdb, hdb2 and hda3)

If other people can let me know of their successes/failures, I'd be
quite pleased.

--
Dr Peter Chubb peterc@gelato.unsw.edu.au
You are lost in a maze of BitKeeper repositories, all almost the same.
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