Installing FreeBSD on large disk >2TB
Enrique Ayesta Perojo
eayesta at portugalete.uned.es
Mon Jun 11 10:11:41 UTC 2007
El Lunes, 11 de Junio de 2007 11:27, Andreas Rudisch escribió:
> On Mon, 11 Jun 2007 10:13:04 +0200
> Enrique Ayesta Perojo <eayesta at portugalete.uned.es> wrote:
> > Hello
> > I'm trying to install FreeBSD 6.2 on a HP DL320s. This server has a P400
> > RAID controller with 12 SATA disk drives attached to it. The RAID
> > controller is supported in FreeBSD through the ciss driver.
> > The problem happens when i try to use a RAID larger in size to 2
> > Terabyte, then the install program freezes and the machine reboots (it
> > cannot find the disk). If the array is smaller than 2 Terabytes then
> > there is no problem, the controller detects the disk and i can install
> > FreeBSD on it. I have tried with i386 and AMD64 versions (the server has
> > a Xeon processor supported by AMD64)
> > Any clue on how to solve it? FreeBSD can't be installed on disks larger
> > than 2 TB?
> > Thanks
> A quick google search revealed this:
Yes, i knew that page, but as it seems that the project has been forgotten for
quite a long time i thought there could be some other way to do it..
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