On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 8:32 AM, Neal Pollack<[email protected]> wrote:
> Not sure I understand all this concern.Â 32 bit can use 1.0 TB disks as data
> drives. ZFS can use more than 1 disk.Â So if you hook up 48 of the 1.0 TB
> using ZFS on a 32 bit system, where is the problem?
Even if someone needs larger disk space, then it means system going to
withstand bigger/larger stream, thus they'd better probably switch to
64bit and think about better hardware anyway. Just try to imagine $100
price Atom-based Eee PC, running 1.6GHz clockspeed with 1GB RAM, yet
with 48 USB external hard drives hooked... :-)
> If someone running a 32bit system is angry because they can't waste a 1.5 TB
> seagate disk as the boot drive, then I'll admit I don't understand something
> in their requirements.Â What is the specific complaint please?
The only specific complaint must be related to preventing people from
defective Slashdot brainwash that sways them towards amateurish
Kind regards, bm
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