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    SubjectRe: file size limit
    > If so, then for any given block size B, we can address (B^4)/64 blocks
    > using the ext2 file system?
    Yes.
    > Would I also be right in thinking that if we were able to do one more
    > level of indirect block, we would multiply the capacities by B/4 in
    > each case, giving capacities of 4T, 64T, 1E and 16E for ext2 file
    > systems using 1k, 2k, 4k and 8k blocks respctively?
    Yes.

    Honza.


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