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Re: File systems on 4k sector devices?
tls%panix.com@localhost (Thor Lancelot Simon) writes:
>On Thu, Jun 07, 2012 at 11:07:31AM +0000, Michael van Elst wrote:
>> To make fsck work you need to patch the superblock to reflect reality,
>> but I fear there is no tool for that. Maybe we should invent a tunefs
>> option to adjust the superblock.
>Something very similar is needed for cgd.
* XXX here we should probe the underlying device. If we
* are accessing a partition of type RAW_PART, then
* we should populate our initial geometry with the
* geometry that we discover from the device.
I think that is true for all partitions, not just RAW_PART. cgd
should just deliver encrypted physical blocks of the underlying
But that also means that you cannot copy an encrypted image to
a disk with different geometry. Someone has decide wether that's
worthwhile. In that case you can either build a blocking/deblocking
layer into cgd (ugly) or define that larger blocks are split into
individually encrypted chunks of 512 bytes.
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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