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SubjectRe: 2.3.x wish list?
On Sun, May 16, 1999 at 04:50:06PM -0700, David Lang wrote:

> around the time that 2.2 came out I was rebuilding my home machine and as
> I was using a large drive I decided to try formatting with 8K block sizes
> (as I have never had a system use more then 50% of the inodes) and I
> discovered that I could not boot from the drive!

As I understand it, the kernel won't be able to map files when the block size
is greater than the machine's page size. So your executables won't run.

[your quoting was upside down and needed trimming, BTW]

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