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Date:	11 Nov 2012 23:32:43 -0500
From:	"George Spelvin" <>
Subject: Re: mke2fs -O 64bit -E resize=<anything> divides by 0

> However, it should be pointed out that the "resize" option does not
> make sense for filesystems larger than 16TB.  The mechanism used for
> resizing beyond 16TB is different and does not need to reserve blocks.

Ah, thank you.  Is this tidbit documented anywhere?

After my patch, I ran the command, with a resize=<> option.
Was that number simply ignored?

(I'm presently bulk-copying into the partition, so I can re-mkfs
and restart the bulk copy if necessary.)
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