So "SharePoint Server 2010 capacity management: Software boundaries and limits" says about the 200GB limit:
If you are using Remote BLOB Storage (RBS), the total volume of remote BLOB storage and metadata in the content database must not exceed this limit.
The official FAQ: SharePoint 2010 Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) unfortunately doesn't explain my question:
When I store blobs via the SQL FILESTREAM RBS provider (that would mean that those files are stored somewhere locally on
C:\files), the content database is rather small (as there are only references to the BLOBs), correct?
Does Microsoft mean with the above quote that the content database still has to be below 200GB, but if you have 600TB of data on
C:\files and reference them via RBS and said content DB everything is good?
In other words: Can I have more content than 200GB with RBS when the content DB stays below 200GB?