Topic: Gparted still proceed after "Get a newer version of e2fsck!" message
Hi, I would love to get some education about this issue of mine.
I have arch root on sda10 and arch home on sda11.
Since the root is crowded, I wanted to move sda11 down (taking some unallocated space) so that I can enlarge sda10.
I use Gparted from my Ubuntu 16.04 (I dualboot Ubuntu and Arch) and after I confirmed the wanted operations, Gparted showed me an error message, and here is what's in the log:
GParted 0.25.0 --enable-libparted-dmraid --enable-online-resize Libparted 3.2 Move /dev/sdb11 to the right 00:00:00 ( ERROR ) calibrate /dev/sdb11 00:00:00 ( SUCCESS ) path: /dev/sdb11 (partition) start: 1156888576 end: 1648087039 size: 491198464 (234.22 GiB) check file system on /dev/sdb11 for errors and (if possible) fix them 00:00:00 ( ERROR ) e2fsck -f -y -v -C 0 /dev/sdb11 00:00:00 ( ERROR ) e2fsck 1.42.13 (17-May-2015) /dev/sdb11 has unsupported feature(s): metadata_csum e2fsck: Get a newer version of e2fsck! ======================================== Grow /dev/sdb10 from 42.00 GiB to 61.53 GiB ========================================
After I closed the error message, Gparted is still running as shown in the pic, but it seems like it's not doing anything.
I'm thinking of cancelling it, but want to be sure first.
Should I just wait? Are these operations going to fail anyway?
Thanks for any help.