set bdev->bd_block_size to reduce formatting time
When bdev->bd_block_size is bigger than bytesPerSec, e.g. 1024 bytes,
block write should read first to sync-up the mapped block.
This fix could prevent unnecessary read by temporarily change
bd_block_size to bytesPerSec size while flushing fat data.
bd_block_size would be reconfigured again at open() or mount() time.
Test: newfs_msdos -A /dev/<foo> (/dev/block/sdh1)
[2TB disk / 32kb cluster] : FAT#1/#2
476879KiB/512 bytes to write,
before : 476864 read I/Os (each 1024 bytes) : takes 180 seconds
after : 0 read I/Os : takes 20 seconds
Signed-off-by: hyeongseok.kim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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