Size of volume on a file server

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    I will be setting up two (virtual) file servers in a failover cluster . The size of the data disk will be 3TB. Is it best to split up the disk in 2-3 volumes, or should I just go with a single large volume?

    I will be using IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for backup purposes. Will a single large voulme have any impact on the backup/restore process?

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