LUNs other than 0, the 4GB limit

Tom Wicklund wicklund at intellistor.com
Thu Apr 4 10:41:50 PST 1996


* From the SCSI Reflector, posted by:
* wicklund at Intellistor.COM (Tom Wicklund)
*
PAT LaVARRE (PAT LAVARRE) writes:

 > I know the RAID people like to hook up a set
 > of disks and make them look like one.  That
 > makes 7GB easy - what are they doing?

With today's large disks, there are RAID systems that can configure
several hundred GB as a single LUN.  The RAID problem in the near
future will be hitting the 2 TB limit (32 bit LBA address to 512 byte
blocks).  A large (100 data drive) array of 18GB drives is close to
2TB capacty.





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