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Why does xfs_db show ifree=0 but I can still create files?

Recently we ran into a problem with an xfs file system reporting that it had run out of space, even though there was lots of free space left. Because it is a backup volume, we ran into the 5% of space ...
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xfs: find files on the first 1 TB

I have been hit by xfs' No space left on device. According to the FAQ: http://xfs.org/index.php/XFS_FAQ#Q:_Why_do_I_receive_No_space_left_on_device_after_xfs_growfs.3F The only way to fix this is ...
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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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The impact of a high directory-to-file ratio on XFS

We're building a product that is likely to generate very large XFS volumes, and I'm trying to discover the scaling bottlenecks we're likely to run into given the architecture. As we manipulate files ...
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How decode xfs lost+found directory

I have managed to trash my homebrew Nas box (an old hp d530 + 2x 750gb sata soft raid1 + 17gb boot disk with ubuntu server 8.10) I have searched the web and tried to repair the file system but to no ...