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Surprised this isn't on here already. No sudo required: lsblk -f
bytes-per-inode determines how many inodes are created for that file system; inode-size determines how big each of those inode is. You need a lot of inodes if you intend to put lots of small files (&/or lots of directories) on the filesytem. AFAIK, you really only need inodes that are larger than the default size of 256 bytes if you want to store ...
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