476 votesRichard Stretton commented
Limit is so tight its not very useful. 2TB? Ouch! As the price per TB is in free fall, a TB restriction is like an expiry date. If SR has to be limited in standard then node / member limitation makes more sense. SMB here uses 4x2tb NVMe SSD's for production in RAID 5, and some backups on to 8x12TB disks. 2 nodes, that's all they ever need, nothing special, not major budget stuff, but both volumes happily exceed 2TB. In fact on modern drives I find it hard to imagine a volume of 2tb or smaller.