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Re: SV: Resize

From: Andrew Clausen
Subject: Re: SV: Resize
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 23:48:16 +1100
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.17i

On Thu, Mar 21, 2002 at 10:28:42PM +0100, Fredrik Asperud wrote:
> > Can you also give values in megabytes?
> Here is the printout from parted. I have created a new partition (4)
> where I will try to backup 2 before doing anything else.
> Disk geometry for /dev/hda: 0.000-19077.187 megabytes
> Disk label type: msdos
> Minor    Start       End     Type      Filesystem  Flags
> 1          0.031     47.065  primary   ext3        boot
> 2         47.065   4298.642  primary   ext3
> 4       4698.699  18826.171  primary   ext3
> 3      18826.172  19077.187  primary   linux-swap

It looks like partition 2 wasn't resized at all (the physical
partition... perhaps the file system though...)

> > Did you interrupt the resize?
> No.

Did you resize from a bootdisk?
Perhaps you resized while it was mounted?
Is it your root?

> > This is normal if you interrupt the resize.  e2fsck should be able
> > to fix everything, though.
> Doesn't seam like it. I put some coins one the [ENTER] and it worked for
> hours..

That isn't a particularly wise thing to do...

I would do the e2fsck -y thing.  Perhaps you found a bug in parted,
(or there are other explanations...), but I imagine it's rather
difficult to figure out what happened.  But worth a try anyway.

Can you send the output of dumpe2fs on the filesystem?  Please
compress it...


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