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  1. docs/erasure/README.md

    drives.  Therefore, the number of drives you present must be a multiple of one of these numbers.  Each object is written to a single erasure-coding set.
    
    Minio uses the largest possible EC set size which divides into the number of drives given. For example, *18 drives* are configured as *2 sets of 9 drives*, and *24 drives* are configured as *2 sets of 12 drives*.  This is true for scenarios when running MinIO as a standalone erasure coded deployment. In [distributed setup however node (affinity)...
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  2. cmd/metrics-v3-system-drive.go

    	driveUsedInodesMD = NewGaugeMD(driveUsedInodes,
    		"Total used inodes on a drive", allDriveLabels...)
    	driveFreeInodesMD = NewGaugeMD(driveFreeInodes,
    		"Total free inodes on a drive", allDriveLabels...)
    	driveTotalInodesMD = NewGaugeMD(driveTotalInodes,
    		"Total inodes available on a drive", allDriveLabels...)
    	driveTimeoutErrorsMD = NewCounterMD(driveTimeoutErrorsTotal,
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  3. docs/distributed/README.md

    A stand-alone MinIO server would go down if the server hosting the drives goes offline. In contrast, a distributed MinIO setup with _m_ servers and _n_ drives will have your data safe as long as _m/2_ servers or _m*n_/2 or more drives are online.
    
    For example, an 16-server distributed setup with 200 drives per node would continue serving files, up to 4 servers can be offline in default configuration i.e around 800 drives down MinIO would continue to read and write objects.
    
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  4. docs/metrics/v3.md

    | `minio_system_drive_free_inodes`               | `gauge`   | Total free inodes on a drive                                       | `drive,set_index,drive_index,pool_index,server`     |
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  5. docs/metrics/prometheus/list.md

    |:------------------------------------|:--------------------------------------|
    | `minio_cluster_drive_offline_total` | Total drives offline in this cluster. |
    | `minio_cluster_drive_online_total`  | Total drives online in this cluster.  |
    | `minio_cluster_drive_total`         | Total drives in this cluster.         |
    
    ## Cluster ILM Metrics
    
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  6. platforms/documentation/docs-asciidoctor-extensions-base/src/test/groovy/org/gradle/docs/asciidoctor/GuidesContributeIncludeProcessorTest.groovy

            then:
            content.contains('Please <a href="https://github.com/gradle/guides/issues/new">add an issue</a> or pull request to <a href="https://github.com/gradle/guides">gradle/guides</a>')
        }
    
        def "defaults repo to gradle/guides and issue to blank url when repo-path attribute is defined"() {
            given:
            String asciidocContent = """
                |= Doctitle
                |
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  7. pkg/volume/util/fs/fs.go

    	}
    
    	inodes, _ := fsquota.GetInodes(path)
    	if inodes != nil {
    		usage.Inodes = inodes.Value()
    	}
    
    	if inodes != nil && consumption != nil {
    		return usage, nil
    	}
    
    	topLevelStat := &unix.Stat_t{}
    	err := unix.Stat(path, topLevelStat)
    	if err != nil {
    		return usage, err
    	}
    
    	// dedupedInode stores inodes that could be duplicates (nlink > 1)
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  8. docs/erasure/storage-class/README.md

    on 16 drive MinIO deployment. If you use eight data and eight parity drives, the file space usage will be approximately twice, i.e. 100 MiB
    file will take 200 MiB space. But, if you use ten data and six parity drives, same 100 MiB file takes around 160 MiB. If you use 14 data and
    two parity drives, 100 MiB file takes only approximately 114 MiB.
    
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  9. docs/metrics/prometheus/grafana/node/minio-node.json

              "intervalFactor": 1,
              "legendFormat": "",
              "metric": "process_start_time_seconds",
              "refId": "A",
              "step": 60
            }
          ],
          "title": "Total Drives",
          "type": "stat"
        },
        {
          "datasource": {
            "type": "prometheus",
            "uid": "${DS_PROMETHEUS}"
          },
          "description": "",
          "fieldConfig": {
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  10. test/chan/sieve1.go

    func Sieve(primes chan<- int) {
    	ch := make(chan int) // Create a new channel.
    	go Generate(ch)      // Start Generate() as a subprocess.
    	for {
    		// Note that ch is different on each iteration.
    		prime := <-ch
    		primes <- prime
    		ch1 := make(chan int)
    		go Filter(ch, ch1, prime)
    		ch = ch1
    	}
    }
    
    func main() {
    	primes := make(chan int)
    	go Sieve(primes)
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