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Subjecte2fsck, LVM and 4096-char block problems

Using Linus' 2.4.10, unpatched. (Perhaps I need to patch the LVM stuff ;-)

I wanted to extend /usr/src from 19G to 20G.

I umounted /usr/src, lvextend -L +1G /dev/vg01/src, fsck -f /usr/src,
resize2fs /dev/vg01/src

resize2fs tells me to run fsck. Hmmmm... I just did.

I poke around a bit more and notice the following:

Oct 19 11:45:41 thune kernel: ll_rw_block: device 3a:00: only 4096-char
blocks implemented (1024)

Of course, dumpe2fs says:
Block size: 4096

I tried -f on the resize, and got LOTS of the 4096-char messages.

Some perhaps pertinent information.

thune:~# vgdisplay /dev/vg01
--- Volume group ---
VG Name vg01
VG Access read/write
VG Status available/resizable
VG # 0
MAX LV 256
Cur LV 9
Open LV 8
MAX LV Size 255.99 GB
Max PV 256
Cur PV 5
Act PV 5
VG Size 150.29 GB
PE Size 4 MB
Total PE 38473
Alloc PE / Size 28746 / 112.29 GB
Free PE / Size 9727 / 38 GB
VG UUID xdzl14-LsZ2-IA1c-dGk4-F8EK-xPlt-DV31mQ


thune:~# lvdisplay /dev/vg01/src
--- Logical volume ---
LV Name /dev/vg01/src
VG Name vg01
LV Write Access read/write
LV Status available
LV # 1
# open 0
LV Size 19 GB
Current LE 4864
Allocated LE 4864
Allocation next free
Read ahead sectors 120
Block device 58:0


Obviously I have the option of creating a new volume and moving things over
to that, but that sort of defeats the purpose of these particular tools.

Recommended course of action?

mrc
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