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Old 09-01-2008, 05:18 PM
"Mag Gam"
Default dynamic inode allocation

This maybe a newbie question but how come other file systems such as
ReiserFS and Veritas' Vxfs dynamically allocate inodes and filesystems
such as ext2/ext3 and JFS we need to allocate them when creating the
filesystem? Is there a performance or maintenance gain when pre


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