Posted Oct 11, 2012 9:03 UTC (Thu) by hthoma (subscriber, #4743)
Parent article: An f2fs teardown
> The block addresses are 32 bits so the total number of addressable bytes in the filesystem is at most 2^(32+12) bytes or 16 terabytes. This is probably not a limitation — for current flash hardware at least.
16 TB is not a limitation? OK, you can not buy a 16 TB SSD now, but you can buy one with 512 GB. That is only a factor of 32. And it will probably not take too long to close that gap.
So this sounds really a lot like: "640 kB of RAM is enough."