Inode Numbers I have a query, and I am not even sure whether it is appropriate to address it to you. But just in case, you can help, it would be great. I have been told that a Linux system can “fill up” when it runs out of inode numbers because too many small files are created. I have two questions about inode numbers: A.What happens to the inode number allocated to a file that has been deleted?

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