Convert MBR Partitions to GPT
Thomas D. Dean
tomdean at wavecable.com
Mon Sep 2 02:47:37 UTC 2019
I have 5 disk drives, with two (same) OS's. Actually, two drives have
Windows 7 and its secondary plex. From an earlier post:
sata6g_1 HD0 SSD ubuntu 18.04
sata6g_2 HD1 WD5000 Ubuntu 18.04
sata3g_3 HD2 WD5000 windows 7 - not used
sata3g_4 HD3 WD5000 backup
sata3g_5 HD4 WD5000 windows 7 secondary plex- not used
sata3g_6 DVD DRW-24B3LT
I plan to keep the SSD Ubuntu install until I can get FreeBSD up and
running the way I want.
So, for now, I want to install FreeBSD on sata3g_5 HD4.
My motherboard, ASUS P9X79 PRO has support for UEFI boot.
Is it worth the effort to change everything to GPT, or, should I just
use GPT on the FreeBSD disk? I am leaning toward the later, but, ...
I think the future has a SSD for FreeBSD.
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