|Subject:||RE: Resizing ext2 and ext2|
|Date:||Mon, 28 Jun 2004 14:05:31 -0700|
Thanks for the quick response. I tested -O none and parted did resize the fylesystem thus created. However, using tune2fs -O on a file system created with the default option did not work after the fact. Is there a bugzilla report on that ?
From: Jonathan Reed [mailto:address@hidden]
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 10:36 AM
To: Nikolay Enev
Subject: Re: Resizing ext2 and ext2
This is the same problem I sent mail about a while back. (sometime
last month). It seems to be related to sparse superblock layout. I
found that if you do
mke2fs -O none, parted will work fine. It doesn't seem to be
RHEL-specific. If you do mke2fs -O sparse_super and have a large
enough partition (say several GB) on any recent Linux, it'll fail
with the same message.
I never got a reply to my initial mail though, and I don't know
enough filesystem-fu to attempt to submit a patch.
At 10:25 AM -0700 6/28/04, Nikolay Enev wrote:
>I am not able to resize partitions under RHEL 3.0. The error is :"No
>implementation. This ext2 filesystem has a rather strange layout.
>Parted cannot resize this (yet)." I am using a generic Adaptec AIC
>driver on a 160 MB/s SCSI drive. Suggestions ?
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