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SubjectRe: Maximum (efficient) partition sizes for various filesystem types...
Hi,

On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 09:58:43AM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > For instance, the Debian guide says that, due to Ext2 efficiency, partitions
> > greater than 6-7GB shouldn't be created. Is this true for Ext3/ReiserFS.
>
> I've run several 45-200Gb ext2 and ext3 partitions with no problem. I'm not
> sure what the origin of the Debian guide comemnt is but I've never heard
> it from an ext2 developer

The largest filesystem I use with ext3 at the moment is 40GB, and it
is 98% full and is used *constantly* (it contains my main build
trees). I'm not sure where the 6-7GB limit idea comes from but I've
got very few filesystems smaller than that, and they are still all
ext3.

Cheers,
Stephen
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