Re: libblkid fails to detect not-so-big OCFS2 filesystems

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On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 06:18:18PM +0100, Rogier Goossens wrote:
> While testing KDE partitionmanager, I discovered that blkid did not 
> detect the test OCFS2 filesystem I created. After some investigation, 
> it appeared that it will assume the filesystem cannot be OCFS2 if 

 yes, we don't want to probe for some filesystems on very small

> smaller than 108M. However, mkfs.ocfs2 from ocfs2-tools (1.6.3) will 
> happily create filesystems that are much smaller, only failing below 
> approx. 15000 1k blocks, and below approx. 6000 4k blocks.

 OK, fixed ... the new limit is 14000 * 1024.



 Karel Zak  <kzak@xxxxxxxxxx>
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