Re: xfs, inode64, and NFS

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On 3/7/2012 11:16 AM, John R Pierce wrote:
> On 03/07/12 6:47 AM, Ross Walker wrote:
>> These days XFS should always be inode64 enabled, given the size of disks, and NFS should have been fixed a long, long time ago.
>
> yes.  problem is, we have clients that are running all sorts of OS's,
> including older versions of Solaris...   this is a manufacturing
> environment, so many of the clients are actually test equipment and
> machine controllers and such, you can't just slap a new OS on those.

Why do those embedded systems have to see a whole 74 TB storage midden? 
  Why not slice off a 1 TB or so LVM slice for them?
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