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Date:	14 Nov 2012 02:20:21 -0500
From:	"George Spelvin" <linux@...izon.com>
To:	linux@...izon.com, tytso@....edu
Cc:	linux-ext4@...r.kernel.org
Subject: Re: 64bit + resize2fs... this is Not Good.

> So the first question is figuring out why the on-line resizing didn't
> work for you, since that is what I've spent most of my time trying to
> fix up.  The secondary question then is trying to figure out whappened
> with the off-line resize, and to fix that bug in e2fsprogs.

If you don't mind, *my* primary question is "what can I salvage from this
rubble?", since I didn't happen to have 8 TB of backup space available
to me when I did the resize, and there's soem stuff on the FS I'd
rather not lose...

So my big question is "where the F did inodes 129 through 2048
get copied to?", since the root directory contains a lot of inodes
in that range, and every one I can recover saves a lot of
pawing through lost+found later...


In hindsght, I wish to hell I had turned on -d 14 and logged the
results...


If you happen to want to rerun your test with -d8 and tell me what
happened there, I'd definitely appreciate it.
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