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Lac Hong
Hello ,
 
Is there any version of IOMeter 64bits/OS that recognized a 3TB hard disk drive capacity available?
I have tried to run on 3TB drive but the current version only see 2TB.  Any suggestion?
 
Thanks,
Baywatcher.


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Re: IOMeter/64bits/3TB

Vedran Degoricija
Iometer does not have any restrictions on disk sizes. It will see anything that the operating system recognizes.
 
What OS are you using? Do you have a raw GPT disk w/out partitions by any chance? Can you try creating a partition?
 
Regards,
Ved


From: Lac Hong <[hidden email]>
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Subject: [Iometer-user] IOMeter/64bits/3TB

Hello ,
 
Is there any version of IOMeter 64bits/OS that recognized a 3TB hard disk drive capacity available?
I have tried to run on 3TB drive but the current version only see 2TB.  Any suggestion?
 
Thanks,
Baywatcher.

mo


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Re: IOMeter/64bits/3TB

Liza.Santoso

Hi there,


Y, there are IOmeter versions that work for 32 bit computer, and the max capacity is around 2.2 TB.

Make sure you have the 64bit processors first for your PC, and download the appropriate IOmeter version to be able to access 3TB.
        http://sourceforge.net/projects/iometer/files/iometer-devel/

Hope that helps.


Regards,

Liza



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Iometer does not have any restrictions on disk sizes. It will see anything that the operating system recognizes.
 
What OS are you using? Do you have a raw GPT disk w/out partitions by any chance? Can you try creating a partition?
 
Regards,
Ved



From: Lac Hong <[hidden email]>
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Thu, January 13, 2011 1:52:03 PM
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[Iometer-user] IOMeter/64bits/3TB


Hello ,
 
Is there any version of IOMeter 64bits/OS that recognized a 3TB hard disk drive capacity available?
I have tried to run on 3TB drive but the current version only see 2TB.  Any suggestion?
 
Thanks,
Baywatcher.

mo
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