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Re: Sparse file criteria malfunction - binutils produces sparse .exe & .dll files
On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 03:28:42PM +0200, Markus Mauhart wrote:
> "Corinna Vinschen" <email@example.com> wrote ...
> > $ ./sp 2000
> > Creating file of size 2008K
> > st_size : 2056192
> > st_blocks: 24
> > $ ls -sl sparse.test
> > 12 -rw-r--r-- 1 corinna users 2056192 Jun 5 13:54 sparse.test
> Thanks for checking this out! What file system was used for this test ?
> Who manages the holes, Linux or the FS(-driver) ? AFAICS it must be the FS.
The FS driver.
> Does it work with ext2- or ext3-driven volume, or even a more traditional
> unix FS ?
*More* traditional than ext? Why do you want to compare an *old*
FS with a *new* FS as NTFS is? That's like comparing a Ford Model A
with a modern Ford Taurus. What is that good for?
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