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Old 11-16-2003, 07:46 AM   #1
dnla
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parted fails to resize


I am trying to resize my partition. But parted fails to resize (or check).
Parted outputs that the amount of free disk space given by the filesystem matches not the expected value.
Here the output (sorry, in German...):

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Verwende /dev/hde
Information: Das Betriebssystem glaubt, dass die Geometrie auf /dev/hde
15017/255/63 ist. Deshalb endet Zylinder 1024 bei 8032,499M.
(parted) print
Plattengeometrie fr /dev/hde: 0.000-117800,156 Megabytes
Disk-Label-Typ: msdos
Minor Start End Type Dateisystem Flags
1 0,031 117789,082 primary fat32 boot, lba, type=0c
2 117789,082 117796,926 primary type=83
(parted) check 1
Warnung: Dateisystem meldet freien Platz als 6393559 Cluster, nicht 8410760
Cluster.
C rieren/Ignore/Abbrechen/Cancel
(parted) quit
Speicherzugriffsfehler
Has anyone an idea?
 
  


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