Did we must put the mounted partition '/' and '/boot' in the
same slice ?
sharkwang at gmail.com
Thu Jul 7 23:56:18 GMT 2005
as I had read some partitions material about legacy Unix, I try to
separate '/boot' from '/' for my large space on '/' .
another question come up : Is ad0s1d the first blocks of the disk which
based on partitions layout that my gave?
On 7/8/05, John McAree <john at mcaree.org> wrote:
> > the following is my partitions layout, pls help to do some check:
> > ad0s1d /boot -> 30M
> > ad0s1a / -> 512M
> > ad0s1b swap -> 512M
> > ad0s1e /usr -> 6144M
> > ad0s1f /var -> 512M
> > ad0s1g /home -> 2017M
> > ad0s1h /tmp -> 512M
> I believe /boot needs to be on the first 1024 blocks of the disk. Why do
> you want a separate partition for /boot?
I'm just a bitMaker !
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