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Re: reiserfs resizing problem

From: Yury Umanets
Subject: Re: reiserfs resizing problem
Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 02:37:59 +0300
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Andrew Clausen wrote:

On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 02:08:13AM +0300, Yura Umanets wrote:
Probably the message for "Not implemented yet..." for reiserfs should be like "libreiserfs is not activated..."

Well, it does give the warning on startup that there's a version
mismatch.  I suspect it wasn't finding his library.

I know, is some function implemented or not decided the code on higher level of abstraction then particulat filesystem implementation. But, some users do not know, that reiserfs is supportable in the principle :)

Sorry for english :) It is deep night in Moscow and my mind is not very fair :) I've mean, that parted API functions (ped_fs_resize, etc) make checks is corresponding method in filesystem implementation exists or not. And if not, the function throws exception with message "Sorry, $ability is not implemented...".

Because of this you can't change the behavior (like throwing other message than I've denoted above) for reiserfs in right way. It would be stupid to perform some check on API level.

In pseudo code:
if (fs == reiserfs) {
   throw one exception
} else {
   throw another exception

I'm correct?

Hmmm, how could you make such a distinction?

See above :)

Yura: did you send me a patch for the new version?  It should be easy
for me to figure out, in any case.
I'm working on it right now :) A lot of bugs. Probably I will send it you soon. Even if it will buggy. You might help me in your free time. I'm correct?

Sure :)

Good :)


Yury Umanets

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