ext2/ext3 limit of 32,000 links in an inode
It seems that ext2/ext3 filesystem has a limit of 32,000 links in an inode, which in turn limits the number of directories in a single place to 31,998. I need to be able to work with a filesystem with no limit or a limit which is configurable. Is there such?
Re: ext2/ext3 limit of 32,000 links in an inode
Maybe reiserfs, I heard it has "dynamic inodes". That will keep reiserfs from running out of inodes, and maybe this "links in inode" problem too.
Originally Posted by ogross74
If not, perhaps XFS can do it.