Data structures used to store metadata for each file on a Unix/Linux filesystem.

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inode-block ratio

How we can find the ratio of inodes to blocks? How can we change that ratio?
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Using inode number to locate hardlinks

How can I use the inode number to locate all hardlinks to the file "file.txt" in my home directory?
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Can an inode table on the root partition be-rebuilt or salvaged?

A friend (not technical) has a Linux server running CentOS which will no longer boot. His IT guy looked at it and says the inode table on the root partition was basically gone. Since the inode table ...
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What is the efficiency of NTFS Junctions?

Long story short, I am using the steamtool application, which was originally developed for the following reasons: Steam by default would save all your games to C:\ SSDs are becoming the new primary ...
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When referring to filesystems, what is the difference between a “live” and a “dead” inode?

My understanding of 'inodes' (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inode) is that they contain the information necessary to access certain blocks of a file, but not the file data itself. Then I was ...
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All of the NTFS hard links damaged, where are those 0kb hardlinks stored and how to recover them?

This is Windows 7 x64 sp1 on a NTFS file system. All hardlinks within C:\Windows\System32 folder disappear, and the Windows can't boot, because even the osloader, C:\Windows\System32\boot\Winload.exe ...
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Can inode numbers be reused in HFS+?

Does the HFS+ file system reuse inode numbers after entries are fully deleted? I am trying to determine if the inode number always grows or if the numbers are reused.
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Traversing through the inode to find the contents of the file stored in different data blocks

I am reading about the EXT2 filesystem and I got an understanding about it. Every file system comprises of data and metadata (inode). The file system is divided into a number of blocks with 4 main ...
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Can't delete files with special (and odd) filename characters

I was cleaning up my NAS and found this odd situation. $ pwd /Volumes/Backup/NoteHP/Outras/Ed Motta $ ls -larit total 12932 7786751625 -rwx------ 1 rjdsantos staff 3388293 Feb 2 2005 Ed Motta ...
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Show only files owned by the user

I have a folder containing lots of backup images. I want users to only see their own files. I've tried setting the permissions to 000 but they still can see the file using ls (the backups belong to ...