I've have a raid 5 created as a single volume on a DL380 G5. I then install 4.1 ESXi and I see the 200gb drive available that I install ESXi on. However, upon setup and booting into vsphere I see only 35gb for the datastore and it's not showing the full data store size of 200gb. There is only one logical volume raid 5 on this server. What could cause this to only show 35gb and and extents of the full 200gb?
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