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Old 13th July 2008
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Originally Posted by disappearedng View Post
ad4 ad4s1 ad4s1c ad4s1d ad4s2 ad4s2c ad4s2d ad4s4 ad4s4a ad4s4b ad4s4c ad4s4d ad4s4e ad4s4f
You have four slices on your ad4 disk:
  • ad4s1
    • ad4s1c
    • ad4s1d
  • ad4s2
    • ad4s2c
    • ad4s2d
  • ad4s3 (not used)
  • ad4s4
    • ad4s4a
    • ad4s4b
    • ad4s4c
    • ad4s4d
    • ad4s4e
    • ad4s4f

What is the output of the following commands
Code:
bsdlabel /dev/ad4s1
bsdlabel /dev/ad4s2
bsdlabel /dev/ad4s3
bsdlabel /dev/ad4s4
This will show which the sub-partitions/labels defined and which filesystems they contain.
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