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Comp.os.research: Frequently answered questions [2/3: l/m 13 Aug 1996]
Section - [2.3] Modern Unix file and block sizes

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From: Performance and workload studies

The following sections are lifted more or less verbatim from a number
of traces which were co-ordinated and analysed by Gordon Irlam
<gordoni@home.base.com>.  The numbers quoted below are based on Unix
file size data for 12 million files, residing on 1000 file systems,
with a total size of 250 gigabytes.

Further information may be obtained on the World Wide Web at
<URL:http://www.base.com/gordoni/ufs93.html>.

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