I have little - BIG problem...
I have 2 x 45 GB hard disks and I have made them act as RAID-1 (42 GB)
device with Ext-2 file system!
Problem is, that I can copy only about 11 GB data to that /dev/md0
before system says "No free spce left"...
Here what debugfs says:
Filesystem is read-only
Volume name = (none)
Last mounted directory = (none)
Filesystem UUID = 4908f938-8bac-11d4-824b-0000e84e746c
Last mount time = Sat Sep 16 11:49:38 2000
Last write time = Sat Sep 16 13:25:42 2000
Mount counts = 1 (maximal = 20)
Filesystem OS type = Linux
Superblock size = 1024
Block size = 1024, fragment size = 1024
Inode size = 128
11257856 inodes, 11242558 free
45030080 blocks, 29528393 free, 2251504 reserved, first block = 1
8192 blocks per group
8192 fragments per group
2048 inodes per group
5497 groups (172 descriptors blocks)
I seems to me that there is plenty of free space left (and Inodes and
And BTW, I just made test and format one of those disks to ext2.
Copied files to it and ... Same problem.. 12 GB copied and then "no
free space".. Then I just try to copy MORE and result was that whole
ext2 filesystem broke down... (Atleast e2fsck found about million
different errors from it)
Do I have problem OR do I have PROBLEM!!!