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SubjectRe: 1GB limit - new filesystem or ext3?
Theodore Y. Ts'o wrote:
>
> mainline kernel (although perhaps not in time for 2.2).
>
> If people want to help out, I could use some well-written, B-tree
> mangement routines that can handle insertions, deletions, splits,
> etc. in a multiprocessing environment.
>
It is worth looking at the HFS (Macintosh) file system. HFS is
using B-trees for laying both file data extents and directory
structure. I not not think the B-tree code from HFS can be used as
is, but it can be a convenient starting point.

Itai
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Itai Nahshon nahshon@actcom.co.il
Also nahshon@vnet.ibm.com


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