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Is it possible to store data directly inside an inode on a Unix / Linux filesystem?

According to this Red Hat bug report (which I am trying to reproduce) it looks like the Netapp filer is able to store data directly in the inode, in case of very small files. Considering I had a FS ...
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Unable to mount a UFS filesystem from Sparc Solaris to x86_64 Linux

I have a requirement to copy a very large amount of data from a Solaris 9 (Sparc) system to a SLES11 (x84_64) system. The Solaris system is quite old, and transferring the data over the network will ...
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Reading FreeBSD UFS formatted external drive in Mac OS X

I have an external USB drive with backup files formatted in FreeBSD's UFS file system. When I plug it into a computer running Mac OS X 10.9.4, I cannot read the drive's contents, and I don't have ...
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Storing thousands of files in one directory

I have a web-site that I'm checking for performance issues and bugs, and i came across a caching code that caches thousands of files into one single directory. I understand that this is not good and ...
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ufs fails on debian

I am a longtime openSUSE user. However, my friend convinced me to give debian a try. When installing, I noticed there was no ext3 option (which I usually use), so I selected ufs. Then I got an ...