StorageSolutionGroup, on 02/24/2009 02:12 AM wrote:
> Hi,
> Windows does not support disks that have been formatted to anything
> other than  a 512byte block size. Block size refers to the low level
> formatting of the disk and not the cluster or allocation size used by
> NTFS. Be aware that using a disk with a block size larger than 512
> bytes will cause applications not to function correctly.  You should
> check with your iSCSI target manufacture to ensure that their default
> block size is set to 512 bytes or problems will likely occur.For
> further reference and knowledge you can consult www.microsoft.com/document
> www.Stonefly.com and www.DNFstorage.com.

Not really correct, e.g.: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923332/en-us. 
For Vista+ non-512b blocks are officially supported by MS, for 2000+ 
they "just work" (I can't recall any problem).

> Storage Solution Group.
> > 

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