[arch-general] Arch's move to systemd integration

Karol Babioch karol at babioch.de
Sun Jul 22 16:03:00 EDT 2012


Am 22.07.2012 21:54, schrieb Mantas Mikulėnas:
> In modern filesystems (Btrfs, NTFS, Reiserfs), sufficiently small
> files can be stored in the inode itself, taking up zero blocks.

But even then: With a bunch of more files, you'll need a bunch of more
inodes. So unless your original file itself was small enough to fit into
the inode, you would end up needing more space as a result.

But once again: That's not what KISS is about.

Best regards,
Karol Babioch

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