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2010-03-17, 13:08 #1
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Windows Home Server questions about hard drive space:
Max volume size of "DATA":
What is the maximum size that the data volume can get. I currently have 4 TB and I want to add more drives.
Physical hard size:
What is the maximum phyiscal drives can be attached to Whs, I currently have three 1 TB drives and two 500 gb drives in the server.
I was wanting to get 2TB drive, and I know that there is 4TB drives out there. Will home server see 4 TB drives.
2010-03-17, 13:52 #2
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Not sure what the maximum is but here's an article about a 32TB system - Home Server Hacks: A 32TB Windows Home Server (Breaking the 16TB Barrier). Another that mentions a system with 27 hard drives - Windows Home Server Team Blog : How many hard drives do you have in your home server?. I've seen a post about a 37 drive system but can't find it right now.
Another rather long thread to read - Maximum data drive size?.
You should also check out the forums at MediaSmartServer.net — The Windows Home Server Enthusiast Community. Srr the blog roll section at the bottom right for more very good WHS sites.