PS3's internal filesystem is ufs2...
Originally Posted by freebsd.org
The UFS2 filesystem was introduced in 2003 as a replacement to the original UFS and provides 64 bit counters and offsets. This allows for files and filesystems to grow to 2^73 bytes (2^64 * 512) in size and hopefully be sufficient for quite a long time. UFS2 largely solved the storage size limits imposed by the filesystem. Unfortunately, many tools and storage mechanisms still use or assume 32 bit values, often keeping FreeBSD limited to 2TB
I will see, if I can't use the 3 Tb drive as internal I will connect the 1.5 Tb drive to it and maybe use a sort of swap system like
suggests, changing eSata cords isn't that difficult
I ordered the parts I need (sata male-female cord, Esata bracket) yesterday so I will let ya all know in short time...
OT: a new CFW is not needed by me for now, but how about if $ony fixes the DEX hole and blocks future updates for DEX?