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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Ramdisk ioctl bug fix, kernel 2.4.14
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> Most disk devices can't change their size with a few commands as a ram disk can 
> as it's a physical constant. Ram disks are virtual so their size is whatever
> the user specifies, with a kernel configured upper limit. I argue that the size
> is the allocated amount, not the upper limit.

I think your problem is that you are querying the disk to ask it the file
system size ? If so you asked the wrong code
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