Earlier, hpa wrote:
> The base64 version has 2^12 subdirectories instead of 2^8 (I just used 2
> characters as the hash key just like the hex version.)
Later, hpa wrote:
> Ultimately the question is: do we care about old (broken) filesystems?
I'd imagine we care a little - just not alot.
I'd think that going to 2^12 subdirectories, which with 2^12 entries per
subdirectory gets us to 16 million files before the leaf directories get
bigger than the parent, is a good tradeoff.
I won't rest till it's the best ...
Programmer, Linux Scalability
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