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How do you make NTFS file system with the cluster size of 512? Using only the command line?

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There are a few mkfs.* commands, including mkfs.ntfs to create partitions, they support a lot of options, take a look at their manpages.

To create a partition with cluster size of 512:

mkfs.ntfs -c 512 /dev/sdXX

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