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Re: A bug in parted version 1.6.23

From: Justin Patrin
Subject: Re: A bug in parted version 1.6.23
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2005 13:10:51 -0700

On 7/18/05, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 18, 2005 at 10:17:25AM -0700, Justin Patrin wrote:
> > Assertion (start_range != NULL) at constraint.c:45 in function
> > ped_constraint_init() failed.
> >
> > If I ignore I get:
> > Assertion (geom != NULL) at geom.c:71 in function
> > ped_geometry_duplicate() failed.
> >
> > If I ignore that one I get a Segmentation fault.
> Can you tell us what you did and what your partition table look like?

Certainly. Sorry about that, I forgot the most important part.
Partition table as the "print" command in parted gives me:
Disk geometry for /dev/hda: 0kB - 4096MB
Disk label type: msdos
Number  Start   End     Size    Type      File system  Flags
1       32kB    105MB   105MB   primary   ext3
2       105MB   526MB   421MB   primary   ext3
3       526MB   3149MB  2622MB  primary   fat16        lba
4       3149MB  4096MB  947MB   extended
5       3149MB  3356MB  207MB   logical   linux-swap
6       3356MB  4096MB  740MB   logical   ext3

This is a 4GB Hitachi microdrive. I'm trying to resize partition 3. I
have tried various sizes but most recently I was trying to move the
end to 3000MB to make a little space for a new partition. That
partition previously had some errors which fsck.vfat couldn't handle
and so parted was crashing with other errors. I reformatted the
partition and with no data in it I get the error I sent you in the
last e-mail.

Note: This is on an ARM XScale processor. A PXA270.

Justin Patrin

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