PRs for tag '2tb'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag '2tb' as of 12-11-2013. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag '2tb':
|o||2010/01/31||bin/143389||[2tb] [patch] fdisk(8) cannot handle above 1TB under i386 system.|
|f||2009/10/11||kern/139510||pjd||[geom] [2tb] gmirror disappears after boot on 2T disks|
|o||2007/12/20||kern/118912||fs||[2tb] disk sizing/geometry problem with large array|
|s||2007/04/02||bin/111146||fs||[2tb] fsck(8) fails on 6T filesystem|
|o||2007/01/11||bin/107829||fs||[2TB] fdisk(8): invalid boundary checking in fdisk / wraps value of > 2TB filesystem.|
|o||2005/03/26||kern/79251||geom||[2TB] newfs fails on 2.6TB gbde device|
|o||2000/05/29||kern/18874||fs||[2TB] 32bit NFS servers export wrong negative values to 64bit clients|
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