[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2003-08-15 at 1357.35 +0200):
> There is unfortunately one thing that most of these filesystems have
> in common: they are designed to store their data in a partition that
> has a fixed size.  If you create such a filesystem in a regular file,
> you have to pre-allocate the space that you will need for storing your
> data.

Or use a tool to change the size, they exist, and in some cases they
allow changing while online. Examples are ext2resize and growfs.

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