40 GB limit on CentOS 6.x before i starting to make /home and other mount points?
I have one question, since my last post here... : Do CentOs 6.x (or Linux) have a 40 GB disk limit of any kind? If you stay at 40 or below, a standard installation put all the disk space in one partition. If the disk size is over 40 GB it starts to map the disk space into different mount points, like /home /root and /.
The reason I ask is because I created 3 CentOS 6.6 64bit minimal installation at the same time. One of them had a 60 GB disk, and I got lots of issues with it automatically make a small /home mount point. And the two others had 40 GB disks, and there all the disk space is in one partition. All was made on the same Hyper-V server at the same time.
Etc I can see at iwStack, that their CentOS 6.x templates is either 10 GB or 40 GB disk space. Maybe thats the reason? Anybody knows?