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What is LVM limitation (space in GB/TB/PB/EB) in any Linux/Unix?

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Actually asking a question makes your question a lot easier to answer. – Zoredache Jan 18 '12 at 7:25

That's rather kernel-dependent, but for 32bit 2.6 Linux kernels it's 16TB and 64bit Linux kernels it's 8 Exabytes.

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