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create virual block device of 1 GB

Posted on 2009-02-23
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Last Modified: 2013-11-14
I am trying to create a block device -type scsi of 1 GB in linux. I know that you can create block devices from mknod , but here I want that device to be of 1 GB so that I can achieve some testing procedure in it,

I googled it and didn't find any answer for this. Can anyone tell me if it possible and how?

Thanks in advance
Question by:sajanagr1
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i figured out a solution to my problem by creating a loop device dor the device created by dd..


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