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Old 07-28-2013, 09:14 AM   #1
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Value out of range error - while creating new partition in RHEL6

the disk has enough free space
3 primary and 1 extended partitions
i am trying to create a new logical partition but when i am giving size ..its saying ..value out of range...i have tried with different size but its not accepting any....plz plz plz help.
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Show us what the existing partitions are (fdisk -l will do), and the data you are trying to enter. We can't help without seeing the data.

Most likely you are specifying a cylender/sector count where a size/count should go.


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