No space left on device

Hi,
One of my coworkers was trying out a 160GB drive, and wanted to see how QNX
might use it (formatted as FAT32). He made 2 partitions on the drive, each
one 80GB. I popped it in my dev machine as a secondary drive. When I do a
mount -p /dev/hd1, it mounts the first of the two, then errors on the second
one giving “No space left on device”. Now I know 160GB drives cause a lot
of problems (they go beyond the 137GB LBA limitation), but what does that
error mean in QNX? Is it the same reason, or is there some limitation in
QNX that won’t allow the 2nd partition to be mounted?

TIA,
Ron

Ron Cococcia <cococr@cs.rpi.edu> wrote:
: I do a mount -p /dev/hd1, it mounts the first of the two, then errors
: on the second one giving “No space left on device”.

ENOSPC from “mount -p” means that the partition doesn’t fit on the disk
(or at least Fsys thinks so). Can you post “fdisk /dev/hd1 info” …