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Re: cgd on dk on 4k block size disk
tk%giga.or.at@localhost (Thomas Klausner) writes:
>I then wanted to add a cgd file system on the first partition.
>Note that this says 512 bytes/sector.
That's the "virtual" disk geometry presented by cgd. 512 is also
the block sized used for encryption.
>I didn't manage to get a usable disklabel on this cgd device yet. Is
>this currently possible?
No. The underlying disk only accepts 4k aligned I/O (i.e. its physical
blocks). cgd needs to adopt the underlying disks block size, it should
already handle splitting the crypto operations to 512 byte units.
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