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Old 15th November 2011, 08:38 PM
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Does F16 installer align partitions correctly (if necessary)?

If I do a custom partition layout in F16, are they automatically aligned on any relevant boundaries? Or, for that matter, is proper alignment even necessary on a single HD setup? I've read several articles but all of them seem to in some way be talking about either SSDs or RAID setups, so now I'm a bit confused as to whether or not I should be worrying about this at all. But if it is relevant and F16 installer doesn't align them properly, how would I go about creating a properly aligned partition scheme outside of Fedora installed?
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