Hi all !!
I am looking for a filesystem which allocates less than 256 bytes per block/cluster and supports at least around 2 terabytes per drive.
This can be achieved by a filesystem which either has static or dynamic assignment of block/cluster size.
If static, obviously it must be equal or less than 256 bytes per block or cluster.
If dynamic, it just needs to have a lower threshold support of, at highest, around 128 bytes. Or better yet, no lower minimum.
NTFS is an example of a file system which has a static assignment of cluster/block size with the smallest configuration per cluster/block at 512 bytes which if selected is accompanied with the decent limit of 2 terabyte per drive.
So if you know of a file system which allows a cluster/block size of 256 bytes or lower while supporting terabyte sized drives, please be kind and let me in on the fun