[CentOS] 2TB limit, weird mounting issues on reboot

Mon Oct 9 02:46:57 UTC 2006
W S <ws3reg at gmail.com>

I did, in fact, go with GPT disk labeling.  It now survives a reboot just

On 10/6/06, Francois Caen <frcaen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/5/06, W S <ws3reg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'll read up more on LVM and GPT partitions.  Please forgive me for not
> > completely RTFM'ing this thing.  I was just at the end of my rope and
> > frustrated and figured someone on the mailing list would have some sage
> > advice.  And it appears that is the case. :)
> You do need gpt in this case, and from my testing on CentOS 4 x86_64,
> it will take your ext3 partitions to 4TB.
> LVM is not related to this issue.
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> Francois Caen, RHCE, CCNA
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