[Coco] Technical OS9 Q.
robert.gault at worldnet.att.net
Mon Jan 23 10:39:21 EST 2006
Bob, I don't think that is correct. If the allocation map uses two
sectors per bit and IT.SAS is 32, then an increase in a directory or
file should cause 16 bits in the allocation map to be set.
Bob Devries wrote:
> If a hard disk for OS-9 is formatted with two sectors per cluster, and
> the IT.SAS for the drive is set at, say, 32, does that mean that 64
> sectors will be allocated per directory when they are created?
> Does anyone here have a disk that's formatted this way, that could check
> this out?
> What are the usual DD.BIT and IT.SAS combinations?
> Regards, Bob Devries, Dalby, Queensland, Australia
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