doc listing of a full install's structure?
trond.endrestol at ximalas.info
Sat Nov 2 09:40:47 UTC 2019
On Sat, 2 Nov 2019 09:02+1100, MJ wrote:
> On 2/11/2019 7:00 am, Frank Fenderbender wrote:
> > I seek two
> > 1) a full structural listing which I require for partitioning;
> What is that? Install FreeBSD with default partitions if you're unsure what
> you want.
Maybe hier(7) can help the OP. See
for a web version.
> > 2) the minimum-required and performance-optimizing sizes for each.
> See above.
states 96 MiB of RAM and 1.5 GiB of disk as a minimum. It also
recommends 2-4 GiB of RAM and at least 8 GiB of disk space for desktop
systems. Servers might need more resources.
Maybe the OP should consider ZFS, as pooled storage coupled with
quotas and reservations makes it at lot easier to manage disk space,
and avoids falling into the old trap of creating a set of fixed sized
> > Ubuntu 18.04 is the primary OS on the first internal drive, whereon exists
> > the EFI partition and the GRUB install.
> > This (1-TB) internal HD will be used for FreeBSD only, however, I want the
> > HD's partitions to match the structure so that backups are more-easily
> > scheduled according to use, that data corruption is minimized, and so that
> > system-restores are manageable.
> I admit I'm confused.
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