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SubjectRe: Truncated Filesystem
Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Justin Piszcz wrote:
>> Including LKML on this one as it may be a partition size limit? Sdc1 is
>> not 11TB.
>>
>> Justin.
>
> Yup saw the same thing:
>
> (1957867653*1024)/1024/1024/1024/1024 = 1.82T
>
> I'm afraid you don't have a truncated filesystem, you have a truncated
> block device. I'm afraid this is not an xfs problem... you need to
> figure out what happened to sdc1 (for example, why doesn't it extend to
> the end of sdc?)
>

What kind of partition table is it? MS-DOS partition tables have a 2 TB
limit.

-hpa
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