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11<title>Filesystems</title> 11<title>Filesystems</title>
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110stability and the desire to introduce extensions to an almost decade old 110stability and the desire to introduce extensions to an almost decade old
111filesystem. Ext4 is the recommended all-purpose all-platform filesystem. 111filesystem. Ext4 is the recommended all-purpose all-platform filesystem.
112</p> 112</p>
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115If you intend to install Gentoo on a very small disk (less than 4GB), then you'll 115If you intend to install Gentoo on a small partition (less than 8GB), then you'll
116need to tell ext2, ext3 or ext4 (if available) to reserve enough inodes when you 116need to tell ext2, ext3 or ext4 (if available) to reserve enough inodes when you
117create the filesystem. The <c>mke2fs</c> application uses the "bytes-per-inode" 117create the filesystem. The <c>mke2fs</c> application uses the "bytes-per-inode"
118setting to calculate how many inodes a file system should have. By running 118setting to calculate how many inodes a file system should have. By running
119<c>mke2fs -T small /dev/&lt;device&gt;</c> (ext2) or <c>mke2fs -j -T small 119<c>mke2fs -T small /dev/&lt;device&gt;</c> (ext2) or <c>mke2fs -j -T small
120/dev/&lt;device&gt;</c> (ext3/ext4) the number of inodes will generally 120/dev/&lt;device&gt;</c> (ext3/ext4) the number of inodes will generally

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