[wp-hackers] State of WP

Robert Deaton false.hopes at gmail.com
Mon Apr 9 18:11:54 GMT 2007

On 4/9/07, Robert Deaton <false.hopes at gmail.com> wrote:
> Regardless, any and all modern filesystems have inode structures that
> will allow millions to trillions or more files in a directory.  The
> 32k limit was actually on subdirectories in a single directory, and
> only under certain filesystems like ext2, newer ones including ext3
> will not necessarily suffer the same limitations. Lucky for us, MySQL
> doesn't make a new directory for each table. MySQL will do just fine.

Lemme correct myself. That's supposed to say newer ones /excluding/
ext3, as ext3 is ext2 with a journal, and so its limitations are

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> --Robert Deaton
> http://lushlab.com

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