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Re: [linux-lvm] Re: ext2resize



>John Finlay wrote:
>> Lennert Buytenhek wrote:
>> Yes, for a 1kb block size. One of my ext2 linux kernel headers #defines
>> the max number of groups to be 1024. Times 32 bytes per group
>> descriptor is 32kb, which is 32 blocks on 1kb. Unless the header is
>> wrong, of course.
>
>I don't think this is correct. I have an ext2 filesystem that is 52GB. It
>appears to have 200+ blocks in the GDT and as I recall 6000+ block groups.
I
>made a 86GB filesystem the other day with 1k blocks and it had 10000+ block
>groups. With 4k blocks there were 650+ block groups.

ext2resize will probably not handle this (it assumes the max. is
1024). I'll fix this in a few days.

Lennert




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