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FFSv2 vs FFSv1
I noticed that 6.0.1's sysinst uses FFSv2 for the / file system, even
on a 20 GB disk.
Is it true that FFSv2 is needed for WAPBL?
Is there a Web page or document somewhere that details the
differences between FFSv1 and FFSv2?
I suppose references to FFSv1 in The Guide Chapter 16. NetBSD
RAIDframe should be replaced with FFSv2, such as in 16.3.6:
Next, format the newly created / partition as a 4.2BSD FFSv2 File System:
# newfs -O 2 /dev/rraid0a
and 16.3.7 should say to install the FFSv2 boot loader:
On i386, install the boot loader into /dev/rwd1a:
# /usr/sbin/installboot -o timeout=30 -v /dev/rwd1a /usr/mdec/bootxx_ffsv2
What's the most convenient way of seeing if an existing partition is
FFSv1 or v2?
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