200GB ATA HDD and Redhat 7.3 2.4.20 kernel - Questions
This is a discussion on 200GB ATA HDD and Redhat 7.3 2.4.20 kernel - Questions ; Hello, linux gurus. I thing You are more familiar with this situation than
I am. I never had a HDD-s with capacity over 120GB until now, and the
system: Redhat 7.3 (ok, e-smith 6.0 distribution)
Re: 200GB ATA HDD and Redhat 7.3 2.4.20 kernel
In the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.questions, in article
Aleksander Harmas wrote:
>system: Redhat 7.3 (ok, e-smith 6.0 distribution)
Technically, not the same. And 'E-Smith' is now "SME Server".
"2.4.20-28.7" was the last Red Hat revised kernel for 7.3, but
download.fedoralegacy.org has released three further kernel updates to
the current '2.4.20-43.7.legacy' just a few days ago.
>A new additional HDD 200GB and I cant make it work!
Yup. At your favorite Linux Documentation Project mirror site:
-rw-rw-r-- 1 gferg ldp 79391 Nov 8 2004 Large-Disk-HOWTO
>**1. does ext3 fs has a partition size limit like 128GB ?
Someplace up in the Terrabytes.
>For just a try I just give up and make 3 partitions (120GB 40GB and
>40GB or so) with fdisk;
You're running into a 'disk to big' problem. See that HOWTO.