On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 11:33:00AM -0600, Bruce Guenter wrote:
> > There is an ugly hack we put in to kee inode numbers < 2**32.
> > This changes inode and data placement (inodes are kept in the
> > lower AGs, user data is spread around in the upper AGs) and
> > brings on the full-filesystem case earlier. I think thats what
> > you hit.
> Is there any way to avoid this situation?
I don't think you are seeing that.
You can avoid it by using fs' under 1TB or making your inodes larger
(buys you a little). Or use a 64-bit CPU.