I have an old DH67BL board and I just recently upgraded to 3 3TB WD drives to and setup RAID 5 on them. The RAID controller says I have 5.6 TB available. I have Ubuntu 14.04 installed on a separate 320GB drive that is not part of the array, so I can do just about anything with that array that I need to. Ubuntu only shows 1.6TB available. I have seen on other posts (4TB HDDs only recognized as 1.6TB even after being made as Dynamic and GPT) where, on Windows, the user just needed to upgrade the Intel® Rapid Storage Enterprise version and that allowed his Windows system to see the entire array. What can I do for Ubuntu? I previously had 3 2TB drives on this same board in the same configuration (hardware RAID 5) and it worked fine. For testing purposes, I was able to set up make the drives a software array and that worked fine (I had the entire 5.6TB available), but then I can't have separate partitions. Thanks.
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