FAQ answer unclear: filesystem size limit
daniel+bsd at pelleg.org
Mon Nov 24 15:45:08 PST 2003
I am trying to determine the maximum filesystem size on -STABLE. Assuming I
have a hardware RAID device that appears as a single 1.5TB drive, can I use
it for UFS1 on -STABLE? The FAQ is saying:
"For ffs filesystems, the maximum theoretical limit is 8 terabytes (2G
blocks), or 16TB for the default block size of 8K. In practice, there is a
soft limit of 1 terabyte, but with modifications filesystems with 4
terabytes are possible (and exist)."
Does anyone know what the modifications are, and if they are considered
stable enough for production use?
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