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SubjectRe: Renaming lost+found
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Followup to:  <3A73565B.6EBC7F77@ngforever.de>
By author: Thunder from the hill <thunder@ngforever.de>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> > A file-system without a lost+found directory is like love without sex.
> You mean, possible but leaving you unsatisfied? Well, I think a file
> system without a lost+found is a lot worse.
>

Hello people... the original question was: can lost+found be
*renamed*, i.e. does the tools (e2fsck &c) use "/lost+found" by name,
or by inode? As far as I know it always uses the same inode number
(11), but I don't know if that is anywhere enforced.

-hpa

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