[ macOS ] partition NTFS disk on macOS using command line

1) Paragon NTFS for Mac comes with Seagate external harddisk

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2)

$ diskutil listFilesystems
Formattable file systems

These file system personalities can be used for erasing and partitioning.
When specifying a personality as a parameter to a verb, case is not considered.
Certain common aliases (also case-insensitive) are listed below as well.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PERSONALITY                     USER VISIBLE NAME
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
APFS                            APFS
ExFAT                           ExFAT
Free Space                      Free Space
  (or) free
MS-DOS                          MS-DOS (FAT)
MS-DOS FAT12                    MS-DOS (FAT12)
MS-DOS FAT16                    MS-DOS (FAT16)
MS-DOS FAT32                    MS-DOS (FAT32)
  (or) fat32
HFS+                            Mac OS Extended
Case-sensitive HFS+             Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive)
  (or) hfsx
Case-sensitive Journaled HFS+   Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled)
  (or) jhfsx
Journaled HFS+                  Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
  (or) jhfs+
UFSD_NTFS                       Windows NT Filesystem
UFSD_NTFSCOMPR                  Windows NT Filesystem (compressed)              $ diskutil partitionDisk /dev/disk2 4 MBR UFSD_NTFS P1 250G UFSD_NTFS P2 250G UFSD_NTFS P3 250G UFSD_NTFS P4 R
Started partitioning on disk2
Unmounting disk
Creating the partition map
Waiting for partitions to activate
Formatting disk2s1 as Windows NT Filesystem with name P1
Progress                                            

Formatting Volume ...
Creating file system structures.
Creating $UpCase for use in Windows 7 and later versions
NTFS format complete.
Bytes per sector    512.                                 

Bytes per cluster   4K.
232.83 GB total disk space.
232.32 GB available.
Mounting disk
Formatting disk2s2 as Windows NT Filesystem with name P2
Progress
Formatting Volume ...
Creating file system structures.
Creating $UpCase for use in Windows 7 and later versions
NTFS format complete.                  

Bytes per sector    512.
Bytes per cluster   4K.
232.83 GB total disk space.
232.32 GB available.                                                        

Mounting disk
Formatting disk2s3 as Windows NT Filesystem with name P3
Progress

Formatting Volume ...
Creating file system structures.
Creating $UpCase for use in Windows 7 and later versions
NTFS format complete.                    

Bytes per sector    512.
Bytes per cluster   4K.
232.83 GB total disk space.
232.32 GB available.
Mounting disk
Formatting disk2s5 as Windows NT Filesystem with name P4
Progress

Formatting Volume ...
Creating file system structures.   

Creating $UpCase for use in Windows 7 and later versions
NTFS format complete.                  

Bytes per sector    512.
Bytes per cluster   4K.
233.02 GB total disk space.
232.51 GB available.                                              

Mounting disk
Finished partitioning on disk2
/dev/disk2 (external, physical):
   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
   0:     FDisk_partition_scheme                        *1.0 TB     disk2
   1:               Windows_NTFS P1                      250.0 GB   disk2s1
   2:               Windows_NTFS P2                      250.0 GB   disk2s2
   3:               Windows_NTFS P3                      250.0 GB   disk2s3
   4:               Windows_NTFS P4                      250.2 GB   disk2s5

ref : https://www.reddit.com/r/osx/comments/3nv23v/cant_partition_usb_flash_drive_with_el_capitan/?st=j697uhvq&sh=98f73982

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