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Re: NetBSD on sd0 (memory) and CGD on wd0... success but
This section should be
/You have a base sytem o wd0a and you do not allow to start any services
in /'wd0a'/etc/rc.d/* and then, once root mountpoint switches to cgd
one, a script 'onestart's desired services using /'wd0e/etc/rc.d/* scripts.
Second mountpoint should be wd0e not wd0a.
Cem Kayali wrote:
> Thanks for your reply.
> So, as far as i understand You have a base sytem o wd0a and you do not
> allow to start any services in /'wd0a'/etc/rc.d/* and then, once root
> mountpoint switches to cgd one, a script 'onestart's desired services
> using /'wd0a/etc/rc.d/* scripts.
> How do upgrade system? I assume, you install new userland onto cgd
> first, and then copy new/all files to wd0a --- so that you have
> synchronized single user mode and multi user mode.
> Does single user mode work properly?
> Daniel Horecki wrote:
>> I have similar setup, only I have everything on wd0. I have installed
>> base NetBSD to wd0a , created wd0e, on which I have setup cgd0. Then I
>> have installed/copied NetBSD to cgd0 and add init.root=/mountpoint to
>> /etc/sysctl.conf in base system, cgd=yes to rc.conf and had to disable
>> every service in base system. That's all. I think base system can be
>> shrink, but it takes about 150MB anyway.
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