Boot loader too large with Aug-11 FreeBSD/i386 11-CURRENT snapshot
adrian at freebsd.org
Sat Aug 23 18:45:49 UTC 2014
I thought there was a recent discussion about this.
Would you mind filing a bug so this gets looked at?
On 23 August 2014 02:42, Joel Dahl <joel at vnode.se> wrote:
> 23 aug 2014 kl. 09:17 skrev Matthew D. Fuller <fullermd at over-yonder.net>:
>> On Sat, Aug 23, 2014 at 09:02:10AM +0200 I heard the voice of
>> Joel Dahl, and lo! it spake thus:
>>> Today I installed 11-CURRENT from the 20140811 FreeBSD/i386 snapshot
>>> on my IBM T43 laptop but encountered some problems. The memstick
>>> installation went fine and I pretty much used default values
>>> everywhere, but upon reboot I got ”Boot loader too large”. Nothing
>>> more. Any ideas?
>> The freebsd-boot partition is bigger than five hundred twenty-mumble
>> k. It'll be OK if you squeeze it down to 512. Somthing like 'gpart
>> resize -i 1 -s 512k ada23' (untested, sub your disk).
> Yes, gpart fixed it. Thanks.
> But it’s annoying. Why is manual tinkering required here? Why isn’t it set to 512k by default?
> I checked the handbook (2.6.3), and it says ”the freebsd-boot partition should be no larger than 512K due to current boot code limitations” ...
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