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Re: ext2 filesystem

D> On Tue, Jul 10, 2001 at 05:06:27PM -0500, Andrew Dixon wrote:
D> | Hi All,
D> | I'm looking for a filesystem to put on a some-what embedded system.  I
D> | was considering ext2 but IIRC there is a minimum 4K file size.  Does

D> I think that is a hardcoded block size that can be changed, if you are
D> writing/compiling the code.  I could be wrong though.

IIRC it is not hard coded. It can be specified when you format
filesystem with mkfs.ext2. mkfs.ext2 has parameter -b which can set
block size. Man says that it can be 1024, 2048 or 4096 bytes per

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