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    SubjectRe: [rfc] Near-constant time directory index for Ext2
    >Perhaps rm -rf . would be faster?  Let rm do glob expansion,
    >without the sort. Care to recreate those 65535 files and try it?

    Perhaps, but I think that form is still fairly slow. It takes an
    "uncomfortable" amount of time to remove a complex directory structure
    using, eg. "rm -rf /usr/src/linux-obsolete" or "rm -rf
    downloads/XFree86-old-and-buggy". I'm not sure, but I would guess it's not
    as much quicker than removing each file individually as you might think.

    If I had more time on my hands, I'd run some quick benchmarks on some of my

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