> > I know that default inode size is variable with the mkfs command in
> > Solaris 2.7, but what is the maximum number of inodes I can create per
> > filesystem? We're upgrading a server from 4 GB to 18 GB drives (and
> > using RAID) in order to gain more space per filesystem.
> inodes are stored on disk as 32 bit numbers. It seems to be interpreted
> as a signed number, so the practical limit should be 2^31 - some reserved
> inode numbers (e.g. 2 for the fs root, 3 for lost+found, etc.)
am wondering what the maximum inodes per filesystem is with Linux, and if
you dont get them by default, what do you have to do ?
Thanks from a newbie
10. Max inode number