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SOLVED (Re: How to create a large filesystem?)


Thanks for the information.

Martti Kuparinen writes:
 > Here's a summary what I did in case someone else has the same problems. This 
 > really should be documented in the NetBSD Guide...


 > ### After fresh NetBSD/amd64 5.0 installation
 > # dmesg | grep sd0
 > sd0 at scsibus0 target 0 lun 0: <DELL, PERC 5/i, 1.03> disk fixed
 > sd0: fabricating a geometry
 > sd0: 5586 GB, 5720064 cyl, 64 head, 32 sec, 512 bytes/sect x 11714691072 
 > sectors
 > sd0: fabricating a geometry
 > sd0: mbr partition exceeds disk size
 > sd0: GPT GUID: 95027669-f71d-4a6f-9312-a1c4e5746c7e
 > dk0 at sd0: 4d4bdea5-b403-4de4-bf43-891756465be0

Sorry to be naive, but how did you get the dk0 device?  Are you using 


in your kernel.  If this is added to the guide or man pages (it should
be!), please include this part of the information in addition to what
you posted.

Thanks again.


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