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Re: Smart FileSystem size support and limitations

Subject: Re: Smart FileSystem size support and limitations
by Sprocki on 2007/10/10 18:48:32


> DOSType SFS\2:
> Max. partition size: 1 TB * blocksize/512.

If I understood you correctly, you completely integrated the former SFS2 into SFS >= 1.275 by using the DOSType CFS\02 now. That way I should be able to format a harddrive of 500GB with OS3.x to its whole size into single partition. I tried so with Amithlon (OS3.9.2) on my ASUS A8V Deluxe which has a supported SATA controller onboard. The drive shows up correctly in HDToolBox and can be fully prepared there. But I am not allowed to make any partition bigger than 128GB. Did I understand the Changelogs and your calculation wrongly? Can it be addressed in future versions to make use of the whole drive as one single partition?

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