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SubjectRe: Filesystem optimization..
Bob Taylor <> writes:

> Hmm. I thought the file's inode WAS in the directory. Am I confused? If
> not, then how do you get to the file?

The inode _number_ is stored in the directory entry (for ext2fs), but
not the inode itself.

Michael is suggesting that since most directory accesses are followed
by either a stat or open, we should try to save a seek.


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