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SubjectLinux file system block sizes
Hi

On what systems can Linux support file system block sizes above 4kB? I
read that it's not supported on ia32, so where is it? If I've understood
SCSI systems tuning right, a block size of 256kB would be perfect for the
hardware (see my last email). And - yes - I'm talking about serving large
files :-)

Thanks

roy
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Computers are like air conditioners.
They stop working when you open Windows.

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