The more or less simple question is:
Is the requirement for 32bit programs to support 64bit inodes the same
as LFS(Large File Support)?
IOW if a programs was compiled with FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 (if i remember
that name correctly) should it work?
So that all programs compiled in the last several years in a halfway
recent distribution should be able to cope with 64bit inodes?
The program i care about most is rsync and it appears to work correctly
when i tested it with 2 hard-linked files (with an inode >2^32) and the
option to preserve hard links. And "find" and "stat" also worked,
otherwise i couldn't have found the file to test it with. ;-)