I wanted to know the maximum disk size supported on Solaris 7.
The answer is : several TerraBytes, maybe 2 TerraBytes.
By the way the max filesystem size seems to be 1 TerraByte (not bad :=)
On my Sun Ultra 1 my 8x36 Go RAID5 gives me (around 137 Gb) :
/dev/dsk/c1t0d0s7 248752231 1026023 245238686 1%
Thanks to :
Salehi, Michael E [Mike.Salehi@usa.xerox.com]
Timothy Lindgren [Timothy_Lindgren@enron.com]
John P. Dodge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
todd a fiedler [email@example.com]
My question was :
> Dear managers,
> I have a brand new Mylex RAID 5 with 8 x 36 Go IBM disk drives. I want
> to connect it on a Sun Ultra 5 with a Sun SCSI card running on Solaris
> As the Raid use one disk for its redundancy, I should be able
> to see my
> RAID as one big disk of approx. 7 x 36 Go = 252 Go.
> Is it possible ?
> What is the max disk size on Solaris 7 ?
> Thank you.
-Frédéric Piard, responsable des plateformes informatiques
LexiQuest (ex. Erli)
261, rue de Paris - 93556 Montreuil, France
E-mail : Frederic.Piard@lexiquest.fr - WWW : <http://www.lexiquest.com>
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