Le 10/06/2009 19:45, Jussi Lehtola a écrit :
Thanks it works fine.On Wed, 2009-06-10 at 18:32 +0200, Eric Tanguy wrote:Le 10/06/2009 15:50, Richard Shaw a écrit :On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 8:27 AM, Eric Tanguy <eric tanguy univ-nantes fr> wrote: How to see if the partition is ext3 or ext4 ? When i try to see the partition in gparted it's said lvm2 but that's all. Thanks Eric I don't have my Fedora system in front of me at work but (in Gnome) it's something like "System->Administration->Logical Volume Manager". If you select the logical volume you'll see a bunch of info on the right side including the file system format. RichardI already tried this. I see really a bunch of info but ican't see the file system format. EricYou can see with $ mount as what format everything is mounted as. You can mount ext3 as ext4 but not the other way around. Of course, this doesn't help you determining what format the partition really has. To do that, you need to # tune2fs -l /dev/partition and look at the "Filesystem features". $ man tune2fs tells you that ext4-only features are ununit_bg and flex_bg. If you see these your partition is ext4, if not it can be mounted as ext3.