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SubjectRe: File limit in ext2? [Possibly OT]
On 03/29/2000 23:10 +0200, Andi Kleen wrote:
>> Tim Walberg <tewalberg@mediaone.net> writes:
>> > Of course, you might still be subject to running out of i-nodes,
>> > depending on how the fs was created, but outside of that, directories
>> > grow dynamically as files are added. (I suspect there's a limit on
>> > how large the directory structure can get, too, but it's pretty large.)
>>
>> There is a limit of 65534 sub directories because st_nlink
>> is 16bit.
>>

True, but the original question was about files, so I wasn't
sure that was pertinent...

tw


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