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I recently installed 2.4.6 on a large web server and noticed that the kernel
parameter fs.inode-max is nonexistant. I read the sysctl/fs.txt
documentation in the 2.4.6 source tree, which claims it still exists.

I'm a little concerned because fs.inode-state is currently:

141924 0 0 0 0 0 0

According to fs.txt, the second number represents free inodes. Am I
misunderstanding something or is the documentation outdated?

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