1. Del.Mar

    ZFS Extend swap space

    Hi mates! How to grow swap partition with zroot? /etc/fstab root@tank:/home # cat /etc/fstab # Device Mountpoint FStype Options Dump Pass# /dev/ada0p1 /boot/efi msdosfs rw 2 2 /dev/ada0p3 none swap sw 0 0 df -h...
  2. aragats

    Other How to shrink a GPT disk image?

    I have a 64GB GPT disk image file with multiple partitions. I shrank the last (and the largest) partition and now have a free space of 32GB at the end. Now I'd like to shrink the entire image file. If I simply run truncate -s 32g disk.img, gpart doesn't like it and reports "No such geometry"...
  3. V

    ZFS Reduce(shrink) root zfs partition

    I had this same problem some months ago over nixos with root zfs and the 'best answer i got' was it can't be done with openzfs and i should planned this and i agree but the point is not that i shouded plan this instead is i didn't, now how can i do that?. i founded this guide over vultr about...
  4. M

    UFS Help to resize partition / without data loss with gpart

    I need to resize the / without losing data, I believe I will need to do this with a FreeBSD LIVE distro, but I'm concerned about the lack of experience with gpart. Below is the disk partition table > root@FreeBSD:~ # gpart show ada1 => 63 468862065 ada1 MBR (224G) 63...
  5. K

    ZFS pool not found after partition resize with gpart

    Hello, I had the following partition scheme: ada0: ada0p1 freebsd-boot ada0p2 freebsd-swap ada0p3 freebsd-zfs ada0p3 had a size of ~1TB, and after I resized this partition to 500GB using gpart, the boot loader cannot found my zfs pool. What should I do to fix my boot loader and my zfs pool...
  6. andrewm659

    extend filesystem

    So I have run out of room on my FreeBSD 11.x VM. Here is my partition layout: df -hT Filesystem Type Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/da0p2 ufs 4.8G 323M 4.1G 7% / devfs devfs 1.0K 1.0K 0B 100% /dev...
  7. J

    Solved Automatically adjust resolution as VMware guest

    Hello folks, I'm running a FreeBSD 10.2 guest in VMware and so far everything works great. The thing I am missing is that X changes the resolution when resizing the VMware window. From my Linux guests (I am switching to FreeBSD just now) I am used that changing the size of the VMware window...