Hi there, I have a file, it's 2 TB in size. The sender said: this is a zfs poolfile. I did setup a Ubuntu 22.04 in VirtualBox, connected the USB drive with the 2 TB ZFS poolfile, mounted it in Ubuntu and typed in: fdisk -l zfsfile01. Ubuntu said:
toor@toor-ZFS:/media/sf_E_DRIVE$ sudo fdisk -l...
I'm trying to format my external disk with ZFS filesystem. I've search and found several guides using different tools. Since sysutils/gpart is used in handbook, it seems FreeBSD prefer it than other tools. So, I'd like to know what's the difference and I'd like to make sure the commands I used...
Hello fellow FreeBSD users,
I try to mount a USB stick to recover a geli key.
This stick has a full install and I used to boot on it and run FreeBSD (version 7 or 8).
When I created it I did not use slices and make it dedicated (I forgot why).
The server hardware is broken and I can't boot on an...
I know that there are many similar posts around here, but I wasn't able to find anyone else with exactly the same problem.
On this HD
ada1: 476940MB (976773168 512 byte sectors)I had slices and partitions like this:
I accidentally destroyed...