It surprises me to see find iterate/walk through the complete filesystem when I do a simple find -inum 12345 Without background info it seems to me that there should be much easier ways for to tell ...
I know that it isn't possible to change the inode count of an ext filesystem after its creation, but I haven't been able to find any explanation on why it isn't. Can anyone enlighten me?
I am currently using backintime to take "snapshots" of my file system. It is similar to rsnapshot in that it, makes hard links to unchanged files. I have recently run out of inodes on my EXT4 ...
Possible Duplicate: How can I increase the number of inodes in an ext4 filesystem? I have a homemade NAS with Debian Wheezy 64bit. It has three disks - 2x2TB and 1.5TB, pooled together ...
I'm working with a large (8TB) EXT4 filesystem in linux. After a power outage, the filesystem wouldn't mount. fsck is taking weeks to complete, but i ran testdisk and i'm able to see my partition ...