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Date:      Thu, 28 Nov 1996 14:47:48 -0500
From:      donny@ms1.hinet.net (Donny Lee)
To:        Gianmarco Giovannelli <gmarco@scotty.masternet.it>
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: mountmsdosfs() warning?
Message-ID:  <199611280656.OAA23511@ms1.hinet.net>

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-=*> Gianmarco Giovannelli <gmarco@scotty.masternet.it> wrote:
>>   The DOS partition was only 250mb in the same node /dev/sd0s5,
>>   there was no problem at all to mounting it in /dos.  I increased
>>   it to 280mb couple days ago, my BSD began to panic about this.
> Have you used fips ? Probably you have passed the 256mb limit in which the
> clusters change dimension.
> The problem is Freebsd complains about the fact the partition size is not a
> multiple of clusters size, perhaps trying to change the size to a little
> Let me know...

  Yes, I found 2 ways to get the problem away.

  1) Make the DOS partitiob smaller.
  2) Keep the DOS partition as it is now (in my case, 280mb) and use
     true OS/2 or DOS fdisk and format to re-partition and format to
     go over again to the DOS partition, you don't even have to change
     the size.

  I tried these 2 ways, all work, the BSD warning disppears.

 // Donny



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