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Sun, 9 Dec 2001 19:43:25 -0800
I got this a few times while untaring gcc onto a new partition:
ext2fs: /dev/hd0s9: warning: cannot handle large file inode 110459
When I was building, as puked saying it couldn't create a file that
large or something. When I reran make it proceeded fine.
So I know my filesystem is screwed up in someway (even though it
passes an e2fsck -f). Can I usefully troubleshoot this?
I'm trying to think of what's special about *this* partition versus
the others. The only thing I can think of is that I made it from
inside the Hurd (A stdio based Hurd), and the other two were made from
If there's nothing I can do, no worries, I'll just mke2fs it from
Linux instead and keep going.
`Patience' said Slartibartfast again. `Great things are afoot'.
`That's what you said last time we met' said Arthur.
`They were,' said Slartibartfast.
`Yes, that's true,' admitted Arthur.
- large file?,
Jeff Bailey <=