--- Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 03:50:13PM -0700, Phy Prabab
> > Sirs,
> > Do I understand correctly that XFS on x86 is
> > to 2^32 inodes? I am looking at making a fairly
> > XFS file server where there will probably be
> > up millions of sym-links. Want to make sure I
> > properly size the server.
> > Thank you for your time.
> All Linux filesystems are "limited" that way. The
> size of the
> inode number in the VFS is 32 bits on i386. See
> ino_t, and all the places where "unsigned long" is
> used directly,
> eg. the "struct inode" i_ino definition in
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