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what about minimum block size?
Authored by: axello on May 30, '05 03:08:23AM

Actually, there is a limit to the number of files on an HFS+ disk. It is 2^32, so around 4.29 billion.
The biggest volume you can access with 4 KB blocks is thus 16 TB. We should approach that in a couple of years.

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