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>>>>> "Rogier" == Rogier Wolff <R.E.Wolff@BitWizard.nl> writes:
> News is the one example that everybody knows.

Hey, we're talking defaults here.
How many people are running a newsserver on their Linux machine ?
How many of those use a newsserver that uses the one-file-per-post
system ? Remember this system is getting less and less common.
And even for those OFPP newsservers, the default 4192 bytes per inode
is already too high.
So, no, newsservers are not a good argument here.

Does anyone here have a filesystem where KB-used / inodes-used is
lower than 8192 ? If so, what kind of data is on it ?


Stefan "who thinks 4K blocks are too big"

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