Ext3 with 256 node support

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  1. ashrack

    ashrack Registered Member

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    I have ADD Server 10 b.2064 and it will not move the ext3 partition because it says it is unsupported format, probably because the node size is 256.

    Does a newer version support this?
     
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  2. K0LO

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    TI Home 2009 supports the larger inode sizes. You should probably ask Acronis about support for the server versions of TI. The best way is to go to their web site and use the Live Chat Service.
     
  3. ashrack

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    I am sorry, I meant ADD, Disk director..
     
  4. K0LO

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    No, I'm sorry. I misread your post where you did say ADD...

    Acronis has not updated ADD in quite a while, so at the moment the larger inode size is not supported. Maybe they can tell you if they intend to fix this.
     
  5. ashrack

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    I am sure they will fix it, it is just a matter of time. But still quite some time has passed when linux distributions had decided to use the 256 node size so Acronis had enough time to fix ADD.
    But I need this feature now so I guess I am of to burning GPARTED which must definately support this feature.
     
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    Hello all,

    Thank you for choosing Acronis Disk Director Suite 10.0

    Please accept our apologies for the delay with the response.

    Please be informed that inode size = 256 is not supported by our program. Most probably it will be included to one of next releases.

    Please be aware that you can receive the latest information on Acronis software by signing up for Acronis Newsletter.

    Detailed information about Acronis Disk Director product can be found in User's Guide.

    Thank you.
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    Alexander Nikolsky
     
  7. gwiesenekker

    gwiesenekker Registered Member

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    I am also getting this error. When can we expect support for the newer ext3 format?

    Regards,
    Gijsbert
     
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