Ian Eure wrote:
>On a similar topic, what do directory sizes mean? I can't seem to see any di
>connection between the size of a directory in an ls -l and it's contents, or
>size of it's contents.
A directory is created with enough slots for a standard number of files.
If more files are put in the directory, its size grows to accommodate the
extra entries. A directory does not shrink if files are deleted.
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