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How do I replace the root filesystem (ext4) with a new one in LVM with one which has more inodes?

I have a few systems which have been running over a decade in a cluster on SLES 10 (now long past EOL). We're migrating to CentOS 6 64-bit. I got everything done but the final data syncs, and lo and ...
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fsck ext4 inode error

Today while I was booting I got an error in an ext4 partition with some inodes. I just entered the root password and run fsck manually but I am a bit worried. fsck warned many times about some errors ...
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Re-creating a filesystem on runtime (need more inodes)

I have a machine at a datacenter with 3HDDs and running Debian Wheezy, at one of them I have an ext4 filesystem mounted on /data that has ran out of inodes (I've chosen an inappropriate inode size at ...
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Inodes after extending filesystem

If I make a ext4 filesystem and add about 20% of extra inodes, how would this effect the inode count if later I extend the filesystem? Would the extended filesystem also automatically add an extra 20% ...
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How can i fix it: EXT4-fs warning (device sda3): ext4_dx_add_entry: Directory index full

I have noticed that in dmesg and syslog i have something like that: EXT4-fs warning (device sda3): ext4_dx_add_entry: Directory index full! I have checked df -i too: Filesystem Inodes ...
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How can I reduce inode utilization on an ext4 filesystem?

Summary of My Need We put a large amount of files on a filesystem for analysis at a later time. We can't control how many files we're going to have, and this one box needs access to all of them. ...
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ext4 file-system max inode limit - can anyone please explain?

Recently we had a problem where one of the ext4 file-systems seemed unable to handle very large number of files, more than 6mln in this case, in spite of having enough space. Is it 6mln the max ...
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disk space overhead in ext4

I'd like to know if there's some rule (or formula) I can apply to find out how much of disk space will be used by the filesystem in an ext4 partition. for example, in a partition of 100 GB, how much ...
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How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?

I tried to mount a formerly readonly mounted filesystem read-writeable: mount -o remount,rw /mountpoint Unfortunately it did not work: mount: /mountpoint not mounted already, or bad option dmesg ...
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Linux: Why change inode size?

Tune2fs allows to change inode size from default 128 bytes to almost anything, but it should be power of two. What are the reasons for changing default inode size? Here it's written that this can be ...