The sfs inodes
An alternate inode scheme is used for
in which two inodes are allocated for each file:
Programs that report inode usage show
that only even-numbered inodes are in use,
because directory entries contain only even inode numbers.
The first inode, which is always an even-numbered inode,
contains common file information and is essentially
identical to a
The second (alternate) inode,
which is always an odd-numbered inode,
contains security information.
All alternate inodes on the filesystem
are preallocated by the
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004