Re: A question??
Assuming you are using the ext2 file system, use the `-b' option with
mke2fs. Block size options are 1024, 2048 and 4096 bytes. A typical
ext2 file system defaults to 1K blocks. Do a `man mke2fs' to see
other options. You may wish to adjust the ionode count as well.
WARNING. All data will be lost on the partition you re-format.
firstname.lastname@example.org said on March 15, 2001 at 09:00 (-0600)
>Hi I have a doubt ¡¡
>How I can format my disk in 4K, I need a program or a comand or what???
>where i can find this information?
>Christhian Flores from Mexico
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