I've been using Solaris & Linux (among many other unixes) for a while
however nothing that has required anything
like I'm doing now. Recently I have a need to create a single filesystem in
the multi-terabyte range. This originally
started under a Linux system however I quickly ran into a problem that it
can not handle filesystems larger than 1TB.
I am using external Promise UltraTrak 100TX8 raid towers SCSI interface,
looks like a large 670GB scsi disk to the
I am going to have several of these that I will need to use
Disksuite/Veritas whatever to stripe together into a single
filesystem approx 2TB in size (4 units).
What I'm wondering is:
1) Is there any limit that anyone knows of under solaris to a filesystem
2) Any limit for a physical disk size?
3) Any limits in place for Disksuite to handle large disks or large
Any info or pointers are welcome.