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Well, first, what is an inode? In the Unix world, an inode is a kind of file entry. A filename in a directory is just a label (a link!) to an inode. An inode can be referenced in multiple locations (hardlinks!). -i bytes-per-inode (aka inode_ratio) For some unknown reason this parameter is sometime documented as bytes-per-inode and sometime as inode_ratio. ...
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