Asfsm_lite bug(?)

Dagmar d'Surreal (dagmar@estates.ml.org)
Sat, 14 Nov 1998 04:05:09 -0600 (CST)


Filesystem         1024-blocks  Used Available Capacity Mounted on
/dev/hdb1            3547794 1309848  2054405     39%   /
/dev/hdb3             256590   21943   221394      9%   /var
(some stuff deleted)

I suspect that possibly someone needs to take a look at the code for asfsm
and see what's up with huge partitions.  / is being represented as
essentially a solid bar.  It also seemed to actually draw the bar to the
*left* instead of the right before I made the 650Mb iso file.  (I'm
preparing a Slackware 3.6 CD at the moment)  Spooked the heck out of me
since I had completely forgotten about the apparent rollover error until
after I started downloading the distro.  I took a look at the code, and
can't quite sort it out myself at the moment.  (ewpz.)

For those of you who haven't done it before, filling up / is typically
followed very quickly by a catatrophic system crash and near-guaranteed
filesystem corruption.  Hehehe.  (*shudder*)


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