The stats.blksize property is an inbuilt application programming interface of the fs.Stats class is used to get the block size for I/O operations in the file system in bytes.
Return Value: It returns a number or BigInt value which represents the block size for I/O operations in the file system in bytes.
Below examples illustrate the use of stats.blksize in Node.js:
using stat: the block size for I/O operations in the file in bytes is 4096 using lstat: the block size for I/O operations in the file in bytes is 4096
(node:6376) ExperimentalWarning: The fs.promises API is experimental using stat synchronous: the block size for I/O operations in the file system in bytes is 4096
Note: The above program will compile and run by using the
node filename.js command and use the file_path correctly.
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