> > Also, is there a way to make the acorn test more specific?
> We may be able to check that start,start+size lies within the overall
> drive size. Whether this solves the problem will depend upon the contents
> of sector 0 for the x86 drives which clash. However, as drive sizes
> increase, this test will become less and less effective (and at 2TiB
> it doesn't help at all.
Hm, what do you think of these additional checks:
1. Check for overlap of partitions
2. Check for number of recognized partitions (i.e. size != 0) > 0
3. Check for struct ptec_partition.unused1, unused2, unused5 == 0 (assuming
they default to zero)
Anyway, thanks again for the info.
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