Re: Smallest ext2 file system?
Previously Dale Scheetz wrote:
> I've been experimenting with using an image file to hold small sets of
> files, and have run into a snag. If I make the file only a few K large,
> mke2fs complains it can't write a superblock. So, my question is: What is
> the smallest ext2 file system that can be created?
WHy would anyone even want to make an ext2fs filesystem that small?
There are special filesystem for things like that.
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