one of our customers needs to archive about 10 TB of documents per year on a local file system volume on Windows Server 2008 R2 using IBM Content Manager 8.4.3. The volumes are virtually mapped to the VMWare partition from a DS3700 (or similar). A.f.a.I.k we must use a drive letter as mountpoint to create a disk volume as object storage.
The admin told me that NTFS can only use 2 TB per volume,so we need to assign a new volume for each 2 TB. Starting with drive F: we can only map 21 disk volumes which provide about 22 TB storage. It will be filled up after 2 years.
Is this story true? How can we overcome this restriction?
Any tipps are welcome!
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