Subject: Re: initial UFS2 support committed
To: Greywolf <>
From: Rick Kelly <>
List: current-users
Date: 04/02/2003 11:44:55
Greywolf said:

>Thus spake Frank van der Linden ("FvdL> ") sometime Today...

>FvdL> UFS2 is not (yet) the default type for FFS filesystems. newfs(8)
>FvdL> will create a normal FFS filesystem by default. If you want an
>FvdL> UFS2 fileystem, specify "-O 2" as an option.

>Do we need to specify something different in the disklabel to indicate
>a UFS2?

>Will we need a mount_ufs2, or is this expected to Just Work?

It looks like FreeBSD still has UFS as well as UFS2 in 5.0, and it would
appear that UFS is the default, although it is difficult finding a lot of
information about UFS2.

Rick Kelly