Ian Jackson <email@example.com> (2017-02-04): > Cyril Brulebois writes ("Re: Bug#820818: partman is not able to resize nvme0n1p3 in d-i"): > > This is still welcome but probably not necessary given other bits of > > your bug report. I've just pushed a totally untested patch to the > > pu/resize-nvme-820818 branch: > > https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/d-i/partman-partitioning.git/commit/?h=pu/resize-nvme-820818&id=348a501524e7a2cdd3e04d5ec1c9f9d2aead3743 > > > > Would you be interested in testing an image with such an update? > > Yes, if you're reasonably sure it won't mess anything else up. I can > (take a backup of my laptop and) provide a test partition for it to > try to resize. As I said, that's the very first time I look at this code, so I can't be reasonably sure about anything, except for the fact the current work doesn't seem to handle NVMe devices. :) An alternate way of trying this would be to fetch a recent image (like Stretch RC 2), editing the file in place, and adding an exit call before the actual formatting. This would let you check the right device name would be computed with this patch, while ensuring your filesystems are left untouched. KiBi.
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