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Old 07-08-2004, 08:43 PM   #1
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Exclamation Resize Partition with parted

I am trying to resize a partition on a har drive however I always recieve an error. Here is some information that might help

root@ttyp0[ramdisk]# parted
Using /dev/hda
Information: The operating system thinks the geometry on /dev/hda is
14589/255/63. Therefore, cylinder 1024 ends at 8032.499M.
(parted) print
Disk geometry for /dev/hda: 0.000-114440.917 megabytes
Disk label type: msdos
Minor Start End Type Filesystem Flags
1 0.031 101.975 primary ext3 boot
2 101.975 112447.155 primary ext3
3 112447.156 114439.592 primary linux-swap
(parted) resize 2 101.975 50000
Error: Filesystem has incompatible feature enabled
(parted) resize
Partition number? 2
Start? [101.9751]?
End? [112447.1553]? 50000
Error: Filesystem has incompatible feature enabled



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