On 9/21/2016 3:22 PM, John Pittman wrote:
> In parted, by default, we print disk size and partition
> boundaries in compact form. As partition boundaries fall
> on sector boundaries, this is not useful for administration
> and should be changed. This patch changes the default_unit
No? People don't care about the exact sector; they think in GB.
> Many partition tools have already migrated to default sector
> use. It offers a 'one-stop-shop' through parted -l, and
> aligns more closely with the needs of partition
> administration activities.
How do you figure that? Nobody thinks about what sector they want the
partition to start and end on.