Re: includes inside squid.conf

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 21:49:42 +0200

On Tuesday 02 April 2002 17:15, Andres Kroonmaa wrote:

> It takes 2TB+ filesystem to blow 32-bit inode numbers.

This is true for the "inode table" based filesystems such as FFS,
EXT2 and the like, but not other types of filesystems where the inode
name space is not a linear integer direcly dependent on the
filesystem size.

There are more reasons to go 64 bit for inode numbers than the
limitation in number of total inodes. Having a larger namespace gives
more freedom to the filesystem on how to populate the inode number

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