On Freitag, 12. November 2010 Eric Sandeen wrote:
> I don't think that follows; when you mount with inode64, inodes can
> be allocated anywhere. Even if you previously mounted without it.
> What is required, though, is some contiguous space to allocate an
> inode cluster into. That could be the problem.
In his first mail, the OP said there are 9TB free space. I can't believe
that space would be so scattered that you can't find a free space for
BTW: What size requirement is there for contig. inode space?
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