1. Petr Fischer

    Solved Replacing failed disk in ZFS (bootable) mirror - how to recover bootsector

    Hello, I have simple ZFS mirror from 2 disks. Contains zroot. Is bootable (GPT). 1) ZFS mirror was created during FreeBSD installation - I assume, that installer wrote proper gpt bootsector to both disks, so when one disk die in the future, system can boot from second disk - is this true? 2)...
  2. Chris_H

    UFS GPT: secondary header gets rewritten after reboot

    OK I'm tracking CURRENT, where I have this issue. But I don't think it has anything to do with the fact that it's CURRENT. As writing the headers/tables on an 11 box, results in the same error after rebooting with the drive in the CURRENT box. Specifics; Only occurs on USB connected drives --...
  3. P

    Is it possible to increase the size of /usr/home on ZFS without rebooting?

    Hi! Who can tell how to increase the disk space allocated under /usr/home? # freebsd-version 11.0-RELEASE-p8 # cat /etc/rc.conf | grep zfs zfs_enable="YES" # cat /etc/rc.conf | grep vmw vmware_guest_vmblock_enable="NO" vmware_guest_vmhgfs_enable="NO" vmware_guest_vmmemctl_enable="NO"...
  4. Areeb Qaisar

    Format to UFS2 using newfs, in installation

    Hello, I have a UEFI System with GPT Partition Table. During the installation of FreeBSD 11, I need to format a partition to UFS2. The FreeBSD installer does not allows to format an existing partition. It instead only allows to create a new partition, which will be then be formatted. Is...
  5. D

    Solved Partitions corrupted after ZFS export?

    (First post, so hopefully I get my formats right here...) I've been using a very old Open Solaris system with ZFS in a purely offline application for a few years. I moved to a new FreeBSD system (10.3-RELEASE-p4) a few weeks ago. Things are going very well, except for odd behavior with my...