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Drive size limit?

I think the 2TB limit is a function of either the SCSI BIOS or the System
BIOS.  I'm using an Adaptec 29160 card to connect to the standalone RAID
controller.  I emailed Adaptec and they told me that the SCSI spec only
allows for a 2TB drive, but that doesn't sit right in my head.


On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 05:14:20PM -0400, David Backeberg wrote:
> Where do you think the 2TB limit is? There might already by some patches, 
> firmware updates, etc. What controller card are you using? 
> As an experiment, do you want to try reporting the disks as JBOD, then making 
> the whole thing linux software raid5?

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Kindly yours,
Billy SG McCarthy

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