unable to open an initial console
lawrence.osullivan at 141.com
Fri Nov 8 17:48:23 PST 2002
Thanks those steps worked, but the files were corrupted. Some were missing some where files previously deleted. Threes a charm right?
11/8/2002 5:13:50 PM, Bill Maltby - LFS Related <lfsbill at wlmcs.com> wrote:
>Can you get you mailer to wrap at 72 or 76 or something? Thanks.
>On Fri, 8 Nov 2002, Lawrence O'Sullivan wrote:
>>I may have come across the problem, but don't know how to resolve it.
>>df reports that the lfs partition is 705M and 701M used with no free space.
>>However, fdisk shows the partition as being 2G. Starts at 1701 ends at 1980 and has 2071408+ blocks.
>>Is there anyway to get the rest of the free space recognized, or do I have to repartion and start over?
>It sounds like the partition is ok. I think either when you did the
>mke2fs you put the block count in manually instead of letting mke2fs
>determine it from the partition information or some corruption occurred
>after it was made.
>Regardless, first run an e2fsck to make sure there is no corruption. Run
>tune2fs -l and it will tell you how many blocks were assigned to the file
>system. Then if all looks ok, you should be able to use resize2fs to
>expand the file system to to use all the partition.
>Man mke2fs, man tune2fs, man resize2fs.
>billm at wlmcs.com
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