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Thu, 30 Dec 2010
[ 14:29:08 mandree ] Original commit 
e2fsprogs sysutils files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Utilities & library to manipulate ext2/3/4 filesystems
Update to new upstream release 1.14.14 (2010-12-22):

Fix spurious complaint in mke2fs where it would complain if the file system type
default is not defined in mke2fs.conf.

The resize2fs program will no longer clear the resize_inode feature when the
number reserved group descriptor blocks reaches zero. This allows for subsequent
shrinks of the file system to work cleanly for flex_bg file systems.

The resize2fs program now handles devices which are exactly 16T; previously it
would give an error saying that the file system was too big.

E2fsck (and the libext2fs library) will not use the extended rec_len encoding
for file systems whose block size is less than 64k, for consistency with the
kernel.
Programming notes

E2fsprogs 1.41.13 would not compile on big-endian systems. This has been fixed.
(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #3138115)

The ext2fs_block_iterator2() function passed an incorrect ref_offset to its
callback function in the case of sparse files. (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
#3081087)

Fix some type-punning warnings generated by newer versions of gcc.

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