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SubjectRe: reiser4 snapshot for August 26th.
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On Thu, 2003-08-28 at 05:46, Alex Zarochentsev wrote:
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> > [root@spc1 /]# mount -t reiser4 /dev/hda11 /share_r4
> > [root@spc1 /]# df -T
> > Filesystem Type 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
> > /dev/hda1 ext3 241116 89449 139219 40% /
> > /dev/hda9 ext3 20556656 16526188 4030468 81% /home
> > none tmpfs 126784 0 126784 0% /dev/shm
> > /dev/hda8 ext3 241116 4711 223957 3% /tmp
> > /dev/hda6 ext3 3012204 2507596 351592 88% /usr
> > /dev/hda7 ext3 489992 70721 393971 16% /var
> > df: `/share_r4': Value too large for defined data type
>
> I can't reproduce that. Do you see df errors each time you mount just created
> reiser4 fs? Can you provide additional information about your system:
> distro, libc which you used?
>
Yes, each time that /dev/hda11 is reiser4 and mounted, I get that error.
Other fs report OK, tested were ext2, ext3, reiserfs, jfs, xfs. Size
is about 4G. At some point in the past, around 2.5.60, I tested the
reiser4 snapshot, and this problem did not exist. Unfortunately, I
don't remember what the base distro was for those tests.

Distro is Red Hat Severn (the latest RH beta).
df --version reports df (coreutils) 5.0
/lib/libc.so.6 reports 2.3.2
gcc is 3.3
kernel is 2.6.0-test4 of course.
reiser4progs is 0.4.12

> My hypothesysis is that libc statfs or df itself want to convert "free inodes"
> result parameter which is __u64 to shorter data type. reiser4_statfs() sets
> kstatfs->f_ffree to a large value which is close to 2^64.

I also tried a copy of df version 4.5.7 from a Mandrake 9.1 system, with
exactly the same results as above.

Let me know if you have further questions.

Steven


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