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  1. bsmither

    EXT2 FS Limits

    I have a D-Link DNS-323 running some sort of Linux (probably) with the EXT2 filesystem -- connected to Windows XP SP3 via ethernet. Wikipedia says I can put a lot of files on the drive. But is there an actual limit? On the (root?) top-level folder, I have a sum total of 997 files and folders. I am trying to put a few more files onto the volume, but an error is being reported that says there is insufficient space. The DNS Status panel says I have about 700GB of free space. I am running the DNS's Scan Disk utility on on the volume now. I moved a few hundred individual files into a folder, thus reducing the number of 'objects' to 790 on the (root?) top folder. Still, the DNS reports I have insufficient space. I moved the file to another drive letter on the Windows system just to make sure the source wasn't corrupted somehow, and that transferred fine. Then I tried to move it onto the DNS and it still said insufficient space. I cannot give any info about how the EXT2 filesystem drive was formatted. Which is to say, if there is a configuration (such as block size) that would limit the total number of objects on the volume as a whole, I do not have that data. Is it actually possible to have 700GB free on a 1.5TB drive formatted EXT2, and have 'insufficient space'?
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