Opened 6 years ago

Closed 6 years ago

#4130 closed task (fixed)


Reported by: bdubbs@… Owned by: lfs-book@…
Priority: normal Milestone: 8.2
Component: Book Version: SVN
Severity: normal Keywords:


New point version.

Change History (2)

comment:1 by bdubbs@…, 6 years ago

E2fsprogs 1.43.6 (August 29, 2017)

Fix printing of quota inconsistency messages on 32-bit platforms in e2fsck. Also fix a bug which cause project quota problems to be labelled as group quota problems.

Fix UI problems caused by fuzzy translations such that some messages are in English and some are in the foreign language, and it's not obvious to user how to answer yes/no questions. (Addresses Debian Bug: #856586).

Fix some out-of-bounds memory accesses in e2fsck caused by (usually maliciously) corrupted file systems. (Addresses Debian Bugs: #871539, #871540)

Optimize CPU usage in e2fsck for very large, very fragmented sparse files.

Add an optional mode in e2fsck which trades off additional memory for CPU time when processing file systems that are heavily hard-linked. (This can be a very large amount of memory, so this feature is disabled for now. How to automatically determine when it would be helpful to enable this optimization, and when it is _safe_ to enable this optimization is still a bit of a research problem.)

The mke2fs program will automatically upsize the inode size to 256 if it is not explicitly specified on command-line and the default inode size is not large enough to support the project quota feature requested by the user. If the inode size is explicitly specified to be 128 bytes, and the project quota is enabled mke2fs will fail since with an error explaining that project id's can't be supported when the inode size is < 256 bytes.

The tune2fs program will not allow the project feature or project quotas to be enabled in the inode size is 128 bytes.

The tune2fs progam now prints a more understandable message explaining that the file system needs to be checked using e2fsck -f before running certain complex tune2fs operations. (Addresses Debian Bug: #857336)

If the proceed_delay option is enabled in /etc/e2fsck.conf, the message indicating that user can wait N seconds to proceed was ambiguous. That message has been made more clear. (Addresses Debian Bug: #857336) Fix LFS bug which caused e2image to fail to create regular e2image files which are larger than 2 GiB on 32-bit platforms. (Addresses Debian Bug: #855246)

Note: I'm not sure what LFS means in this context, but it is not ours.

Fix FreeBSD portability problem caused by the fact that they no longer use block devices. (Disks are character mode devices.)

Update the Czech, French, Polish, Swedish, and Vietnamese translations.

Fixed various Debian Packaging Issues.

comment:2 by bdubbs@…, 6 years ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

Fixed at revision 11300.

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