the limit is 32765, just because link count is 2 bytes wide and
each subdir adds two to base directory. you have to change to 2
Question (for anyone who has an informed opinion):
If there any technical reason that couldn't be expanded to 32
bits? Or is it possible but not done for historical or
policy reasons, and if so what are they?
looking at /usr/include/ufs/ufs/dinode.h - i see
and i have really no idea why time uses as much as 8+4 bytes like that:
ufs_time_t di_mtime; /* 40: Last modified time. */
int32_t di_mtimensec; /* 64: Last modified time. */
i think it is not a problem to make link count 32-bit, and - why "spare"
space are not just used for more direct/indirect blocks
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