Barry O'Donovan wrote:
> Hey folks,
>> I'm in the middle if prepping a server with an iSCSI disk shelf for a back-up
> solution using rsnapshot.
>> The disk shelf's capacity is about 4TB after RAID configuration.
>> Ideally I'd like to make one big partition for the available space (actually I
> think this is a requirement due to hard links used by rsync...).
>> Any one have any tips/advice/gotchas for creating such a large partition? Any
> ideas what file systems are best suited?
>Well, you will have to use guid partition tables as its over 2tb.
Honestly, I would never do such a thing, but it should be OK for your
> - Barry
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