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Finding out current inode size

From: Matthew_S
Subject: Finding out current inode size
Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2008 07:39:06 -0800 (PST)

I've been trawilng the web trying to find out how to get the current inode
size for a file.  I now know how to change the max inode size for the

mkfs -i size=xxx

which also begs the question how to find out the current limit of the
system.  I'm guessing it'll be the default 256 bytes, but I'd like to be

The reason I'd like to know the current inode size of a file is because I'd
like to create a large enough number of extended attributes in order to test
the inodes boundaries and the subsequent handling.
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