Format Error : mkfs.ocfs2 1.2.7 file system too small for a journal

Hi All,
I am trying to implement Oracle 10g RAC on my laptop using vmware and openfiler software . But while executing the command
#mkfs.ocfs2 -b 4K -C 32K -N 4 -L oracrsfiles /dev/iscsi/crs11/part1
I am getting the error
Format Error : mkfs.ocfs2 1.2.7 file system too small for a journal
Please anybody can help me to resolve this problem.
Thanks in Advance.

How large is the device that you are formatting?
The default journal size depends on the type specified. If none specified,
then it assumes "mail" which sets the default journal per slot to 256M.
If database type, default is 64M.
Use "-T database" to specify database type, etc.
BTW, one can always override the defaults. Say "-J size=16M" to make
a smaller journal.
man mkfs.ocfs2 and the user's guide has more.

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