I would like to have the current number of used/free inode count on a
mounted ext3 fs. It is very useful to debug a situation where you cannot
create new files while the fs isn't full according to "df" (i.e. when
free inode count is zero).
My first idea was to use "tune2fs -l /dev/device", it gives all the
information I need, but it reflects only the on-disk superblock, which
seems to never be written while the fs is mounted.
So I'm look for a way to either force the flush of the superblock or to
just have the current used/free inode count.
I hope I have contacted the correct mailing list.
Thank you in advance for your answers.
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