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    Crunch
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    I need to build a VM with 6TB disk possible? according to published info not. MS sales says yes.

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    Pistle
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    Azure increases the maximum size and performance of Azure Disks. This extends the maximum size of the disks from 1,024 GB to 4,095 GB and enables customers to add 4x more disk storage capacity per VM. Data Box supports a maximum of 512 containers or shares in the cloud. The top-level directories within the user share become containers or Azure file shares in the cloud. Data Box usage capacity may be less than 80 TB because of ReFS metadata space consumption.

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    jessewalt375
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    Every standard storage in azure has 32,767GB of storage.
    Each data disk has a maximum capacity of 32,767 gibibytes.
    The size of the virtual machine determines how many data disks you can attach to it and the type of storage you can use to host the disks.

    I hope this helps you.

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