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Re: Can't resize ext2 partition

From: Andrew Clausen
Subject: Re: Can't resize ext2 partition
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 16:37:42 +1000
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On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 08:45:08AM -0500, Denny Fox wrote:
> When I try
> resize 1 0.031 2104.101               I get
> VM: Killing process parted
> Killed

This indicates Parted ran out of memory (not very polite, but that's
the way Linux is...)

> The system boots and runs Debian Linux (testing) just fine. It was
> cloned from a system with "ghostpe" that had 1419520 1k blocks active
> on a 2Gb partition, so the new system on the DADA-25120 only shows
> 1419520 1k blocks in a df -k. I had prepared the /dev/hda1 partition
> with fdisk as 2.1Gb before the ghost process, with the expectation of
> resizing the /dev/hda1 partition up to it's full size after ghosting
> it. This has worked fine in the past with other drives.

Could you please send the output of "dumpe2fs /dev/hda1 | gzip > hda1.dump.gz"

> I'm wondering if the head count of 240 is a problem?

Nah, nothing to do with it, I suspect...


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