bingo! As ever, you are very right :-)
> as far as I can tell, it is almost impossible because the directory
> structure for blobs is not flat but it is a tree instead. It looks
> like the names of persistent symbols are represented as 'fmt64' or so,
> and the (sub)directories and each letter of the name (except the last
> one) is a subdirectory of the "blob" directory. Thus, there can be up
> to 56 (sub)directories (plus maximum about the same number of files
Why do you think 56 istead of 64?
> multiplied by the number of blob rel attributes: well, if you had lots
Yep. Good definition.
> of those, there could be problems but you would have to try hard to
> break it in this way).