Christoph Hellwig writes:
> On Mon, Jul 06, 2009 at 01:25:34PM -0500, Eric Sandeen wrote:
>> I'm tiring of telling people to use the inode64 mount option
>> when they are experiencing bad performance on large xfs
>> 32-bit userspace is still largely broken when it comes to still
>> using 32-bit stat calls, but on 64-bit systems this should be
>> The only problem here is moving the disk onto a 32-bit system, or using
>> 32-bit apps. But I think it's a small risk.
>> What do we think about the following?
> Looks good to me, but it could use a comment in the code explaining why
> we do this.
Making inode64 the default on 64 bit systems seems like a good idea to
me. But would it not be advisable to have a mount option that forces
the old behaviour, just in case? Something like "broken32bituserspace"
(or maybe "inode32").
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