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[linux-lvm] [JPettey@overlandstorage.com: lvm LUN size]



this should go to the list.
2.4 kernels have a 2TB block device limits
the lun size for lvm1 devices also depends on the number of pe per pv
that was specified at the vg creation time.

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Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:35:40 -0500
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Luca -

Is the current LUN limitation for lvm 2TB? This would be in a 2.4 kernel
environment.

John Pettey
Systems Engineer
Eastern Region
301-261-4439
Overland Storage, Inc.
jpettey overlandstorage com
http://www.overlandstorage.com






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