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comment Resize2fs at 81h and counting
It took about 125 hours but it finally completed...
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accepted Resize2fs at 81h and counting
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comment Resize2fs at 81h and counting
For what it's worth, this is the output I see in the console and the command I used to start resize2fs: resize2fs /dev/store resize2fs 1.42 (29-Nov-2011) Filesystem at /dev/store is mounted on /mnt/store; on-line resizing required old_desc_blocks = 524, new_desc_blocks = 583 Performing an on-line resize of /dev/store to 2441697280 (4k) blocks.
Oct
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comment Resize2fs at 81h and counting
the MDADM-update took about 20 hours. My RAID is not sycing (according to /proc/mdstat) and, as of Monday (2 days ago) I killed anything that could be writing to the array. resize2fs is still taking 100% of a single core, 121h in.
Oct
10
comment Resize2fs at 81h and counting
Oh, how I wished I used the -p option. It's at 121h compute time and counting. I read that answer, but I'm finding it hard to believe...121h and counting is the better part of a week. Oh well, as long as it's not destroying my data I suppose. I will update this post when (if) it finishes.
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asked Resize2fs at 81h and counting