Subject: Re: Why not change disk naming?
To: NetBSD/users <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Iggy Drougge <email@example.com>
Date: 12/28/2001 15:42:43
Julio Merino skrev:
>I usually use FreeBSD, where disks are called adXsYZ, where X stands for
>the disk number, Y for the slice number and Z for the disklabel letter.
>I also know how NetBSD (and OpenBSD) name disks, with wdXY, where X is
>the disk number and Y the disklabel letter.
>IMHO, FreeBSD naming is much more powerful and with a better design.
>In NetBSD I haven't found any way to mount my linux home partition,
>which is ad0s9 in FreeBSD and hda9 in linux. Maybe I have to hack the
>disklabel to add this partition? Weird.
>So... will NetBSD at any point change this? Why/why not?
Isn't the slice concept an i386-specific thing to work around the limited
number of partitions allowed?
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