Is their any way to force the larger value to be considered correct? For
sake of completeness, their probably should be. It isn't really that
important (558 KB in this case), and I've never had this problem, so I don't
really care, but... In any case, if you had a non-linux partition at the
end of the drive, and their was a file in that last 558k, then attempting to
access that file would lead to "attempt to access beyond end of device"s.
-=- James Mastros
"Anybody who thinks that their compiler is smarter than they are
probably disagrees with me."
-=- Linus Torvalds