Is it possible in any way to create a filesystem on Linux with 8192
bytes blocksize ? I have tried several file systems (JFS, XFS,
ReiserFS, ext2, ext3), but none of them seems to be able to handle 8K
blocksizes. With XFS it is possible to create a new fs with 8K bs, but
the OS will not mount it (wrong superblock or too many mounted
filesystems error message).
Is it a kernel or architecture limitation ?
Is there any kernel patch or something which takes away this
[It would be nice to have a filesystem with 8K block size, cause our
Progress db and app needs such fs under it for the best performance.]
Thanks in advance ...