E2compr 0.4 User Manual – e2ratio output

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Normally, e2ratio displays four fields:

  1. the number of blocks the file would use if uncompressed.
  2. the number of blocks the file actually uses (same asthe first field if the file weren’t compressed).
  3. the compression ratio, i.e., the number of blockactually used expressed as a percentage of the original size.
  4. the name of the file.

With the `-b’ option, only the last two fields (ratio and filename) are displayed.

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E2compr 0.4 User Manual – e2dump

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I’ve made some modifications to e2dump and it may or may not work(I haven’t tested it).

In any case, note that even standard e2dump only works forx86 platforms, on filesystems with 1KB blocks, and was neverintended to be high-quality code.

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