mkfs.ntfs - why this command does not work in tomato?

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  1. pomidor1

    pomidor1 Networkin' Nut Member

    mkfs.ntfs - why this command does not work in tomato?
    Is it possible to format ntfs disks using tomato?
  2. AndreDVJ

    AndreDVJ LI Guru Member

    It should be mkntfs. I tested and it works.

    root@R7000:/tmp/home/root# mkntfs -v -f -L LuL /dev/sdb1
    Cluster size has been automatically set to 4096 bytes.
    Creating NTFS volume structures.
    Creating root directory (mft record 5)
    Creating $MFT (mft record 0)
    Creating $MFTMirr (mft record 1)
    Creating $LogFile (mft record 2)
    Creating $AttrDef (mft record 4)
    Creating $Bitmap (mft record 6)
    Creating $Boot (mft record 7)
    Creating backup boot sector.
    Creating $Volume (mft record 3)
    Creating $BadClus (mft record 8)
    Creating $Secure (mft record 9)
    Creating $UpCase (mft record 0xa)
    Creating $Extend (mft record 11)
    Creating system file (mft record 0xc)
    Creating system file (mft record 0xd)
    Creating system file (mft record 0xe)
    Creating system file (mft record 0xf)
    Creating $Quota (mft record 24)
    Creating $ObjId (mft record 25)
    Creating $Reparse (mft record 26)
    Syncing root directory index record.
    Syncing $Bitmap.
    Syncing $MFT.
    Updating $MFTMirr.
    Syncing device.
    mkntfs completed successfully. Have a nice day.
    pomidor1 and kille72 like this.
  3. pomidor1

    pomidor1 Networkin' Nut Member

    wow thank you, Master ;-)
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