Re: Changing space reserved
Tim Thomson <email@example.com> writes:
> Doing this reminded me of a problem I had trying to defrag the drive. I
> unmounted it and booted off a floppy, typed edefrag and :
> stalin# edefrag -d -r /dev/hda1
> edefrag 0.61
> DEBUG: read_tables()
> edefrag: bad magic number in super-block
> What's going on? I tried the same on an unmounted floppy disk and it said
> the same thing. I downloaded another copy thinking it had got corrupted,
> but it did the same thing.
> Any ideas?
I hate to say it, but rt*m - in this case, the man page. Then know
that the extended filesystem is (and has been for a while) obsolete
and that you are almost certainly using an extended 2 filesystem (the
"2" is very important!) In fact, if you could use tune2fs, then you
certainly are. edefrag is for extended filesystems - e2defrag is for
extended 2 filesystems.
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