Did you compress the file system?
Do a "tune2fs -l /dev/hdc" and see what features are set.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dewet Diener" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 9:03 PM
Subject: ext3 partition unmountable
> Hi all
> After umounting a removable ext3 partition from my work PC, and
> trying to remount it at home, I've run into the following error
> trying to mount it as both ext2 and ext3:
> EXT2-fs: ide1(22,65): couldn't mount because of unsupported optional
> EXT3-fs: ide1(22,65): couldn't mount because of unsupported optional
> e2fsck is similarly unhelpful:
> e2fsck: Filesystem has unsupported feature(s) while trying to open
> The kernels on both machines have the same ext3 options enabled, and
> they're both 2.4.8-ac6.
> This is the first time I've tried moving the drive like this - I
> assumed it would work flawlessly. However, ext3 doco seems a bit
> sparse under Documentation/, so I'm not quite sure about the recovery
> steps needed.
> I'd appreciate your help on this one :) Please CC me in...
> Dewet Diener email@example.com -o)
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