Commit f57c0ceb authored by Nikos Skalkotos's avatar Nikos Skalkotos
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Don't let sgdisk align when creating partitions

In order to extend a partition we need to remove and recreate it. If the
partition was misaligned then the image is to blame. snf-image is not
allowed to change the starting sector of the partition since this will
destroy the file system it hosts. In order to make sure this does never
happen we need to set the sector alignment multiple to 1.
parent e518effc
...@@ -413,7 +413,7 @@ create_partition() { ...@@ -413,7 +413,7 @@ create_partition() {
# For GPT # For GPT
start=${start:0:${#start}-1} # remove the s at the end start=${start:0:${#start}-1} # remove the s at the end
end=${end:0:${#end}-1} # remove the s at the end end=${end:0:${#end}-1} # remove the s at the end
$SGDISK -n "$id":"$start":"$end" -t "$id":"$ptype" "$device" $SGDISK -a 1 -n "$id":"$start":"$end" -t "$id":"$ptype" "$device"
fi fi
} }
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