Rus Foster wrote:

No.  Changing the number of inodes means recreating the filesystem,
and that implies wiping out the contents.

I thought as much. Time to start doing a backup..

Either that or see if there isn't a pile of cruft hidden away in some directory that you forgot about. Such a thing happened to me once and by deleting a pile of stuff I was able to limp along quite well until I was able to schedule a rebuild.

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