Subject: Re: MFS vs TMPFS
To: None <>
From: Jed Davis <>
List: current-users
Date: 10/10/2005 21:23:21
Gavan Fantom <> writes:

> thilo wrote:
>> Is there any advantage of tmpfs if I need mfs to boot the root-filesystem?
>> (at least I can reuse mfs in /tmp later on)
> Perhaps you're thinking of md(4), rather than mfs? They're different
> beasts altogether.

FWIW, FreeBSD 5 replaced mfs with a wrapper around md(4), so people
coming from that background might be more likely to be confused about
the difference.

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