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Old 16 August 2016, 12:10   #1
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WinUAE OS4.1: Block Size SFS/02

Ciao Toni, i saw my little experience in this field, i would like to clarify some of my doubt. HERE report that with the Block Size SFS/02 supports the value only 512, i on my hardfile i instead the default value given me HDTool Box 1024. My doubt was whether WinUAE ignored the value set by me 1024, forcing value 512 from prefs on Hardfile Setting.

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Old 16 August 2016, 14:40   #2
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I know nothing about SFS (and I don't want to know).

The value in hardfile panel is physical block size (assuming RDB mode is enabled, if not, you are on your own.), nothing to do with logical filesystem block size. Don't touch it!
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Thanks for Toni answer, I still learned something that I did not know
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