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SubjectRe: Partitioning problems in 2.4.11
Yes, this patch also fixed my missing IDE partition problem.

Christian Ullrich wrote:
>
> * Alexander Viro wrote on Thursday, 2001-10-11:
>
> > *Damn*. grok_partitions() doesn't set the size of entire device
> > until it's done with check_partition(). Which means max_blocks() behaving
> > in all sorts of interesting ways, depending on phase of moon, etc.
> >
> > Could you check if the following helps?
>
> Yeah, that one did it.
>
> dmesg (only the interesting parts):
>
> hdb:[63 10000305]
> hdb1[10000368 68063184]
> hdb2 <[10000431 20972889]
> hdb5[48063519 30000033]
> hdb6 >[78063552 1999872]
> hdb3
>
> reiserfs: checking transaction log (device 03:46) ...
> Using r5 hash to sort names
> ReiserFS version 3.6.25
> (this time, no errors to follow)
>
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