Problem after resizing ext3 partition

Hi all
I started resizing my linux partition using qtparted supplied with sysemrescuecd I have deleted ext3 root partitiohn then created it size became 9GB after it was 4GB and was 100% full
although qtparted shows the created partition with the new size (9gb) and it also shows the same when turning to partition magic in widows
but when I logon in text mode typing df -h i see the partition with its old size telling me that it is 100% full
of course it was full this is why I have resized it
the data of course was backed up and restored using partimage
any suggestions

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NetworkArchitekCommented:
Hi hobz,
Have you rebooted?

Cheers!
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hobzAuthor Commented:
of course and repeated the process again  deleted /dev/hdb9  (/root) recreated it and restored back the data
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LuxanaCommented:
what does fsck is telling you? Try Force fsck on reboot.

# shutdown -rF now

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hobzAuthor Commented:
Guys I managed to fix it by typing
e2fsck -f /dev/hdb9
resize2fs -f /dev/hdb9
it woks by typing df -h
it shows the new size
thanx all for response
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DarthModCommented:
PAQed with points (250) refunded

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