Right. They are orthogonal issues.
However do remember that our current blockdevice level limitation
is 2G (or 4G ?) worth of 512 byte blocks, that is, 1 TB (maybe 2)
for any given block device size.
Your filesystem can't grow over that if you are limited to single
blockdevice per filesystem.
All that RAID supplies for a filesystem is single block device,
however large/redundant/etc. that might be.
I am inclined to think that what we need out of the future file-
systems is much more in multi-device spanning style, than any
> -- mingo
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
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