Limitations in ext4?


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Faced with the limitation of ext3. In the directory you can create a maximum of 32000 subdirectories. There is a patch that allows to increase this value to 65000, but it's still not enough:)


Could you tell me whether there are similar limitations in ext4?
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Habr — a storehouse of knowledge:)
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At the moment, one Ext3 directory cannot contain more than 32000 subdirectories. Ext4 removes this restriction and allows you to create an unlimited number of subdirectories.
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I'm embarrassed to ask — why??!!!
Can least one eye on this tree of subdirectories You have?
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Right now the maximum possible number of sub directories contained in a single directory in Ext3 is 32000. Ext4 breaks that limit and allows a unlimited number of sub directories.
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