Suse 10.x x86-64 cannot see greater than 2TB volume on a 4TB 3ware raid
I created a 4TB raid volume using 10 x SATA 500GB Hard Drives and a
3ware 12-port raid controller.
I have installed Suse 10 X86-64 on the volume.
The operating system however does not see more than 2TB in one volume.
I had turned 3ware's auto-carving feature to "off".
What might I be doing wrong?
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