From some foggy memories I thought I would "improve" the default settings when creating a Linux partition and increased the inode size to 1024, and also turned on
-O bigalloc ("This ext4 feature enables clustered block allocation").
Now, though, I can't find any concrete benefits to these settings cited on the net, and I see that with 20% disk usage I'm already using 15% of the inodes.
So should I simply reformat the partition, or is there a positive to look on (or to use as justification)? E.g. for directories with lots of files?