This is an HP ProLiant server with a Smart Array P420i RAID controller. My immediate advice is to not change any of the default configuration settings unless you have a very specific reason to...
In short, don't worry about it.
The concept of sectors/tracks in the context of this controller and disk geometry isn't very useful here. Lots of layers of abstraction; useless unless you have a specific alignment issue to tackle or need a larger boot volume on a legacy OS. Enabling the Max Boot feature (>4GB boot volume) on the Logical Drive increases the sector count from 32 to 63.
HP's description of the option:
This option specifies the number of sectors that are to comprise each
track. Logical drive performance is likely to decrease when 63 is
specified. This setting applies if older operating systems such as
Windows NT 4.0 are installed and if the boot partition is greater than
4 GB. Most modern operating systems handle greater than 4 GB boot
partitions and no longer require this setting. Please check the
Operating System documentation for further information.
I wouldn't touch it.