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LFS201 - chapter 16 Journaling Filesystems


Hi everyone,
I'm currently reading the LFS201 training and it is great.

I was looking at chapter 16 and it says that: ext4 is a vastly enhanced outgrowth of ext3. Features include extents, 48-bit block numbers, and up to 16TB size. Most Linux distributions have used ext4 as the default filesystem for quite a few years.

My understanding is that recent linux distros implement the 64-bit feature for ext4 and it goes beyond the 16TB limitation.

Maybe it is worth letting you know ;)


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