Fedora Servers :: Increase Inode Number On Ext4?

Jun 3, 2010

i have a slave disk with some data formatted in ext4 , now i have 95 % of inode used ( and 50% of used space )how can increase inode ?

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Fedora :: Error - Ext3_get_inode_block: Bad Inode Number

Dec 16, 2009

I am getting this error every night at 4am (right about when the cron.daily runs). when it does this, it remounts the filesystem read only. In the AM I get yelled at by users. all it takes is an fsck to fix the problem, but it does it every night. I have tried to rebuild the journal by removing the has_journal flag, running an fsck, and then re-adding the journal... same problem.. and its always the same inode.

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Fedora :: F13: Increase The Number Of Loop Device

Sep 17, 2010

In previous Fedora, we may add the following line to /etc/modprobe.conf

options loop max_loop=64

to increase the loop devices to 64.

However, this method no longer works in Fedora 13.

May I know how to increase loop devices in Fedora 13?

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Ubuntu :: Ext4 Block - Inode Count Wrong ?

Jun 28, 2010

I'm running a small development server on Ubuntu 10.04 server 64 bit with ext4 as the File system type.

I keep on getting wrong block / inode size when I do an fsck:

Code:

I then force an fsck and the problem is solved, but given a day or two, the problem is back. This can sometime consume up to 10G of my HDD space.

Code:

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Ubuntu :: Recover File - Don't Know The Inode Number Of It?

Jan 3, 2010

How can i recover a file if i don't know the inode number of it? Is there a way of scanning the hard drive for inodes that has no reference?

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General :: Find Inode Of A Particular File Using Its Number?

Nov 16, 2010

Can we find the inode of a particular file using its inode number?

The reason is i want to know how many blocks are occupied by specific file.

if we consider block size of 1K.
if the file size is of 100 bytes. In such a case, when the file is
stored on disk, the file will occupy 100 bytes or 1K (since we have
choosen block size to be 1K) ?

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Programming :: Finding A Number In Windows Like The Inode

Aug 19, 2010

anyone know that the ntfs's file sytem struct? is there's a API or something other could let me get this number? Or there is actually no such number in windows like the number of inode in linux?

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General :: Remove A File On System Using Inode Number?

May 19, 2010

If you create a file on UNIX/linux with special chars, like touch "la*, you can't remove it with rm "la*. You have to use the inode number(you can if you add the before the name, I know, but you'd have to guess as a user that it was used in the file creation).

I checked the manpage for rm, but there's no metion of the inode number. Doing rm inodenumber doesn't work either.

What is the command for this?

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Ubuntu :: Increase The Size Of An Ext4 Partition?

Sep 2, 2010

I'm having a problem with GParted. I'm trying to increase the size of an ext4 partition but the maximum is set to 9970 MiB. The option to increase its size is greyed out. How can I fix this?

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.0 - Cannot Increase Ext4 Partition Size

Nov 11, 2010

I have done it quite often. Inserted and run the computer from a live CD so that the hard drive is not mounted an changed the partitions. It worked on the old reiserfs when I wiped the windows partition on my laptop to increase the space, it worked on ext3 partitions. Now I resized the swap partition and reduced the NTFS partition on my desktop - no problem. But it does not increase the ext4 partition. No error message it just does not do it. I tried several times with the suggested maximal setting, with a custom setting, etc. It just does not change size. Just for interest I booted into Suse11.0 live CD and tried from there. There I get the answer cannot resize partition as the file system does not allow resizing. Is something wrong with the system or does the partitioner not work with ext4?

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Ubuntu :: Make A New/increase Size Of An NTFS Partition By Shrinking An EXT4?

Sep 8, 2010

I have nearly 200GB of space free on the HD with my linux main EXT4 partition, and I'm wondering if I can convert a large part of this to a new NTFS partition that I can use for my windows XP paralell install?

Basically, what do I have to do to resize and create the new partition and how do I get windows to recognize it?

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General :: Increase Number Of Inodes Without Re-creating Partition?

Jul 14, 2011

How can the number of inodes be increased on an existing EXT3 or EXT4 partition without re-creating the partition?

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Server :: Increase Number Of Url_rewriter Processes In Squid?

Feb 28, 2009

Code...

I don't know how to increase the number of url_rewriter processes.

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Debian :: Error (device Hde1): Ext3_get_inode_loc: Unable To Read Inode Block - Inode=2375715

Mar 25, 2010

I decided to take an old Gateway that I bought off a guy cheaply and turn it into a file and web server.I purchased copies of Debian 5.0.4 i386 disks (31 in all) on the advice of a friend, the disks weren't expensive, but now that Ive installed all the disks, I'm having a variety of errors

[443.110940 end request: I/O error, dev hde, sector 76021855
[443.111074] EXT3-fs error (device hde1): ext3_get_inode_loc: unable to read inode block - inode=2375715, block=9502724
INIT: cannot execute "/sbin/getty"

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Ubuntu :: Orphaned Inodes (Each Time The Number Is Different) On EXT4

Dec 28, 2010

Each time I start my Ubuntu 10.10, I notice this messages in dmesg:

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Each time the inode number is different. I made SMART tests on the disk, and all went fine. Do I have to worry? Could it be something related to a wrong shutdown? Update: I have just ran an fsck at boot, but when I logged in, the same orphan_cleanup was in dmesg.

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Programming :: Can I Get Absolute Path Without Giving A "path" But Inode Number By C

Aug 13, 2010

Does anyone know how to get the path with a inode number by C programming?
Or can I get the absolute path without giving a "path" but a inode number by C?

like this: get_path(unsigned inode);
not such this function: getcwd(".", xxx);
taowuwen@gmail.com

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Ubuntu :: Resize2fs: "inode Is From A Bad Block In The Inode Table"?

Jul 9, 2010

I was using gparted from a live usb to resize an ext4 partition and it failed while running resize2fs. The error it gave was

Code:
resize2fs: The inode is from a bad block in the inode table while trying to resize /dev/sda5
please run 'e2fsck -fy /dev/sda5' to fix the filesystem after the aborted resize operation.

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Fedora :: F11 - How To Reduce Inode Usage

Sep 2, 2009

I am running into a scenario where inode utilization (df -i)on a partition is 100% I want know

1) Is there a better way to list the total count of all files in a partition and just display total number of files in each directory in that partition I can get approx total for the entire partition by following commands

ls -Rla | wc -l
find -type f | wc -l

whereas ls -Rla gives too lengthy outptut with all the files in each directory

2) How to know inode utilization for each user or system account? There is huge number of files and how to remove it

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Ubuntu Servers :: Increase Partition Size On 11.04?

Sep 1, 2011

I have a server setup running VirtualBox and several Windows guests. I'm running the box headless and start the windows machines using

Code:

sudo vboxheadless -s "WinXP Pro SP3"&

via SSH session from my MacBookPro in terminal. I then connect to the Virtual Machines running MS Remote Desktop from the MacBookPro. All of this works perfectly except that I've run out of space on my partition for Virtual Machines and need to create a few more. I have plenty of room on the HDD but when first installing Ubuntu Server I only partitioned and formated about 1/4 of the drive. Is it possible to run a command in my SSH session at the command line to partition the unused portion of the HDD, format it, and expand my current partition into that space? Or, do I have to use something like gpartedlive, boot from the CD and do the partitioning?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Cannot Increase Open Files Limit On 9.10 (goes Down But Not Up)?

Mar 24, 2010

This is happening on Ubuntu 9.10 serverI'm trying to increase the number of open files allowed for a user. This is for an nginx webserver where the current limit of 1024 is not enough.According to the posts I've found so far, I should be able to put lines into /etc/security/limits.conf like this;

Code:
* soft nofile 4096
* hard nofile 4096

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Ubuntu Servers :: Increase The Clients And Want To Upgrade To Latest 10.04?

Apr 26, 2010

We have been using Ubuntu 8.04 with ltsp the server is Intel P4 with 2 GB Ram and the 8 client consist of either Atom or old P3 and P4. Now we want to increase the clients and want to upgrade to latest ubuntu 10.04.

I heard AMD does excellent job with LTSP but is it possible to have intel clients and AMD as a server. If not then which the best intel server I can have other than xenon (Bcoz of the price factor i dont want to go for that)

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Ubuntu Servers :: Boot Is Using 95.3% Of 129MB - Increase The Size?

Aug 6, 2010

=> /boot is using 95.3% of 129MB Size 129.12 MB / Free 113 kB So why is it using so much? And how can I increase the size? Ubuntu 10.04 lts server 64 bit.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Increase Size Of Root Directory?

Sep 27, 2010

Is it possible to increase the size of the root directory / on ubuntu 9.10?

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Fedora :: Error - Inode 3640928 Has A Bad Extended Atribute Block

Dec 27, 2010

my server is fedora-7 and it was working fine till yesterday yester I have power failu problem after we got problem. while booting following error coming Inode 3640928 has a bad extended atribute block

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Unlinked Inode, Aborted Journal And Read Only File System?

Apr 7, 2010

I am running centos 5 on adaptec 2405 raid 10

PHP Code:

I get this error:

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Ubuntu Servers :: Convert Ext4 To NFS?

Dec 11, 2010

convert ext4 to NFS?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Ext4 Full With Raid 5?

Jun 4, 2011

I have installed ubuntu server LTS 10.4 on a HP MediasmartServer.It has four disks. On the first one I have the original HPFS/NTFFS partition (left untouched), a Linux ext4 partition for / a Linux SWAP partition and the rest of this first disk (sda) is part of a RAID 5 with the three other disks.I now have this first ext4 partion shown as full. Is there an easy way to give it more space without loosing the whole setup?I have 2TB of data on this server and everything is so fine.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Growing A 3.8Tb Ext4 File System?

Mar 29, 2010

I've already asked this in the mythbuntu and didn't get an answer there so I'm trying here. OK just added another 2Tb WD drive to my mdadm controled RAID5 array, and the reshape is finished:-

Code:

Code:
Mar 28 18:28:36 alpha2 kernel: [104357.343421] md: md1: reshape done.
Mar 28 18:28:36 alpha2 kernel: [104357.525114] RAID5 conf printout:
Mar 28 18:28:36 alpha2 kernel: [104357.525119] --- rd:4 wd:4
Mar 28 18:28:36 alpha2 kernel: [104357.525122] disk 0, o:1, dev:sda2

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Ubuntu Servers :: Convert Ext3 To Ext4 On Remote

Jul 24, 2011

I need to convert my server(10.04) to ext4 from ext3 and want to make sure I am going to do this the correct way.

Edit fstab to ext4

Code:
sed -i s/ext3/ext4/ /etc/fstab
Run the tune2fs command, the filesystem is mounted is this ok?
Code:
tune2fs -O extents,uninit_bg,dir_index /dev/md0

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Ubuntu :: Make Grub Always And Permenantly Detect Ext4 As Ext4 Not As Ext2?

Apr 23, 2010

I got a problem booting ubuntu 10.4 RC but i solved it by replacing root partirion uuid in grub boot menu then I disapled totally uuid passing to linux from /etc/default/grub . but something else i noticed why grub choosed insmod=ext2 why not ext4 specially I use now ext4 .I tried by editing the grub boot menu replacing "insmod=ext2" by "insmod=ext4" it booted and the three lines error during booting that i used to see them science ubuntu 9.10 totally disappeared . really I dont understand can anybody explane for me.and if what i did was right ,can anybody tell me how to make grub always and permenantly detect ext4 as ext4 not as ext2.

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