Is there a limit on the size of the hard drive that can recognize ESX?

Hello

I would like to know if there is any limitation with regard to the size of the hard drive that can recognize an ESX 3.5 Server? I have a Dell server with 1.8 TB of HDD. When I try to install ESX 3.5 on it, ESX shows that space and be approzimately 1.4 TB. I understand that ESX requires little space, but I would not be the image that it's 400GO.

Thanx

Tejas

What is a RAID?  You could have 6 300 GB drives, RAID requires treatment, and basically, 1 disc is overload, so it seems you are using RAID 5 (if you have 6 disks).  In this case, that is right you have 1.4 flying over, which is what ESX sees.

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