Subject: RE: How to install bootstrap for RAID 1 on i386-current?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Thomas Hertz <email@example.com>
Date: 09/19/2003 21:28:44
> > I also take it that you really do have ffs V2 filesystems? :-)
> I assume so -- they're freshly newfs'ed under NetBSD 1.6ZA.
> That should make them V2, right?
Actually, I believe that ffsv1 is the file to be used. This is the
default created by newfs.
Select the filesystem-format
0 4.3BSD; This option is primarily used to
root file systems that can be understood by
1 FFS; normal fast-filesystem (default).
2 UFS2; enhanced fast-filesystem (suited for
than 1 Terabyte capacity, access control