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Re: defrag xfs

To: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: defrag xfs
From: Sonny Rao <sonny@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2005 20:07:07 -0500
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References: <F62740B0EFCFC74AA6DCF52CD746242D010337FA@iu-mssg-mbx05.exchange.iu.edu> <41F07494.1060501@xfs.org> <20050121043237.GA28699@kevlar.burdell.org> <1106286413.8580.66.camel@kennedy> <20050121054830.GA29637@kevlar.burdell.org> <m18y6n1ede.fsf@muc.de> <20050121070221.GA30287@kevlar.burdell.org> <41F11609.4020907@xfs.org> <20050121190521.GA15073@kevlar.burdell.org>
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One more question, I read in the original docs that the minimum number
of AGs is 8, is that enforced or assumed anywhere?  

A few cursory greps through xfsprogs didn't indicate anything that
seemed like a lower bound.

If there is such a limit, then obiously there could be a problem when
shrinking a filesystem with only 8 AGs (though one could argue such a
filesystem is so small that who cares, etc.)


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