Re: HPPA64: Cannot write to ext4 filesystems with files > 28672 byte
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Am Sonntag 04 März 2012, 17:14:14 schrieb John David Anglin: > On 27-Feb-12, at 9:55 AM, Rolf Eike Beer wrote: > > Recent kernels (>3.x) fail when writing to ext4 filesystems with the > > message "file too large". The critical size is 28672 byte (7*2^12). > > This > > has been traced down to ext4_max_size() by Tobias Ulmer, which looks > > like > > > this: > Fixed in GCC source trees (> 4.4). Problem was incorrect shift caused > by truncation to int. > > The following instruction was incorrect: > > 50: d7 9f 12 1d depdi,z,* -1,sar,3,ret0 > > The length operand was incorrectly calculated. As I said ;) Linux pioneer 3.2.9 #1 SMP Mon Mar 5 13:17:55 CET 2012 parisc64 PA8800 (Mako) 9000/785/C8000 GNU/Linux And I can now properly use the ext4 filesystems again, yay! Thanks, excellent work! Eike
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