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From: dfh@SCIRTP.UUCP (David F. Hinnant)
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Subject: UNIX file size distribution info?
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  I remember seeing a graph or table not too long ago giving the file
size distribution for an average UNIX system.  I.e., there were x files
of size y, x1 files of size y1, etc.  I thought this was in the BSTJ of
last October, but I don't see it now.  Does anybody know where I can find
this info?  Also, any info relating to command distribution by classes of
users (documentation, software engineering, secretarial, etc) is welcome.

					Thanks in advance,
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				David Hinnant
				SCI Systems, Inc.
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