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Re: Newbie question about amd64 Xen Dom0
My wd1a is ffsv1 with 16k block size.
I will install everything on a 8k block size partition again.
Anyway, do you recommend creating a partition mounted in /grub?
Another question, reading,
I've seen that FFS supports a 4GB file size as maximum.
Is that correct?
If so, how can I work with several Gbs DomUs? Is there any way to
split the disk image in several files [as vmware does]?
On 20/01/2008, Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 19, 2008 at 09:09:06PM -0400, Ernesto Bascon wrote:
> > Hi Manuel and Geert:
> > I was not successful installing Grub on my real box :(
> > This is my environment:
> > I have an amd64 athlon x2 with 4Gb RAM,
> > my motherboard is an ASUS M2NPV
> > I have a 230 Gb SATA disk and this is the disk layout:
> > [I am using the entire disk for NetBSD]:
> > wd1a / (32)
> > wd1b swap (4Gb)
> > wd1e /partition2 (40Gb)
> > wd1f /partition3 (70Gb)
> > wd1g /partition4 (80Gb)
> is wd1a ffsv1 or ffsv2, and with what block and fragment size ? grub only
> works properly with ffsv1, 8k block size, 1k fragment fragment size.
> Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost>
> NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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