[Linux-cluster] GFS 2Tb limit

William Lee Irwin III wli at holomorphy.com
Thu Sep 2 09:03:18 UTC 2004

On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 09:53:34AM +0100, Stephen Willey wrote:
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> William Lee Irwin III wrote:
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>   <pre wrap="">On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 12:31:41PM +0100, Stephen Willey wrote:
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>     <pre wrap="">There was a post a while back asking about 2Tb limits and the consensus 
> was that with 2.6 you should be able to exceed the 2Tb limit with GFS.  
> I've been trying several ways to get GFS working including using 
> software raidtabs and LVM (seperately :) ) and everytime I try to use 
> mkfs.gfs on a block device larger than 2Tb I get the following:

You seem to need help controlling your MUA. Anyway, AFAIK it's not
really an issue of scalability, just plain old bugs.

-- wli

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