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Description of problem:
When I try to use parted to check a large (1TB) partition created under RHEL3/ES before resizing it, it complains about some unspecified incompatible feature being enabled in the filesystem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. # parted /dev/i2o/hdb1 check
Actual Results: Partition number? 1 <-- Huh? I already specified hdb1
Error: Filesystem has incompatible feature enabled
Expected Results: I believe it should have given me an e2fsck-like report on the filesystem's integrity.
This filesystem was originally created under RHEL3/ES Update 2 using the old dpt_i2o driver. The true available space exceeded the 1024*1024MB limitation imposed under RHEL3. Under RHEL4/ES and the new i2o_block driver, parted reports a potential partition size of 1120112MB, and I'm hoping to use parted to resize the partition and use the ~70GB that's not yet allocated.
1) Enter "print" at the parted shell to have the partition numbers displayed.
2) This happens to me too with Fedora Core 3.
This has been fixed in upstream parted (well, it at least tells you what
features ARE supported and which one you have that trips us up). We are
currently working on expanding the filesystem support in libparted, but it's not
a trivial fix.
If this is a serious bug for you in RHEL4, please contact Red Hat technical
support or your account manager so an appropriate issue tracker bug can be
opened for us to address it in a RHEL4 update release.