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    SubjectRE: Software raid0 will crash the file-system, when each disk is 5TB
    On Thu, 17 May 2007, Neil Brown wrote:

    > On Thursday May 17, Jeff.Zheng@endace.com wrote:
    >>
    >>> The only difference of any significance between the working
    >>> and non-working configurations is that in the non-working,
    >>> the component devices are larger than 2Gig, and hence have
    >>> sector offsets greater than 32 bits.
    >>
    >> Do u mean 2T here?, but in both configuartion, the component devices are
    >> larger than 2T (2.25T&5.5T).
    >
    > Yes, I meant 2T, and yes, the components are always over 2T.

    2T decimal or 2T binary?

    > So I'm
    > at a complete loss. The raid0 code follows the same paths and does
    > the same things and uses 64bit arithmetic where needed.
    >
    > So I have no idea how there could be a difference between these two
    > cases.
    >
    > I'm at a loss...
    >
    > NeilBrown
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