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Fri May 26 11:06:03 UTC 2017
On Thu, 25 May 2017 15:49:41 -0300, Friedrich Locke wrote:
> What is the maximum if i use GPT with UFS and not zfs ?
In this case, the size limitation of UFS would apply.
The UFS2 filesystem was introduced in 2003 as a
replacement to the original UFS and provides 64 bit
counters and offsets. This allows for files and
filesystems to grow to 2^73 bytes (2^64 * 512) in
size and hopefully be sufficient for quite a long
time. UFS2 largely solved the storage size limits
imposed by the filesystem. Unfortunately, many
tools and storage mechanisms still use or assume
32 bit values, often keeping FreeBSD limited to 2TB.
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