@@ -340,9 +340,9 @@ bytes of space on the disk. The larger the
ratio, the fewer inodes will be created. This value generally shouldn't
be smaller than the blocksize of the filesystem, since in that case more
inodes would be made than can ever be used. Be warned that it is not
-possible to expand the number
-of inodes on a filesystem after it is created, so be careful deciding the
-correct value for this parameter.
+possible to change this ratio on a filesystem after it is created, so be
+careful deciding the correct value for this parameter. Note that resizing
+a filesystem changes the numer of inodes to maintain this ratio.
.BI \-I " inode-size"
Specify the size of each inode in bytes.