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Re: gpt question
Date: Mon, 4 May 2020 09:18:43 -0400 (EDT)
From: mlh%goathill.org@localhost (MLH)
| I partitioned it using:
| gpt create wd1
| gpt add -t ffs -l boot_h1 -b 64 -s 1g wd1
| gpt add -t swap -l swap_h1 -s 4g wd1
| gpt add -t ffs -l root_h1 -a 4k -s 7803550932 wd1
I assume the wd0/wd1 connections swapped between when you did
that and now. Those commands show wd1 yet they match the
"gpt show" for wd0...
I don't see a gpt biosboot command in there, did you do one of those?
| I don't understand where the Unused partition came from. How should
| I have created the partitions such that it wouldn't have been
Not used -b 64 when you made boot_hd1 - but as Martin said, 30
blocks (15KB) is irrelevant. That isn't the cause of your boot
| Is there a way to merge the Unused partition with boot_h1 without
| disturbing root_h1? I can easily reinstall boot_h1.
You could, you could just
gpt remove -i 1
gpt add -t ffs -l boot_h1 -b 34 -s 2097182 wd0
(followed by newfs, etc) but unless you're despreate for an extra
15KB there, there really is no point.
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