Thanks Chris, yeah I figured that out soon after that this information is not stored against the file but in the inodes, but how can I see the amount of space that inode takes (which will vary for each file), however I also see that tune2fs -l /dev/hdan
gives the inode size - 128 bytes. I can work back from there (and that looks to be about right too
) - thanks!
Although my fragment (and block) size is 1024, the allocation size must be 4096 bytes, yes. I was under the impression that the block size is
the allocation size *tsk*.