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Old 24th July 2012
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Take a look at FreeBSD's Handbook Storage section:
http://freebsd.org/handbook/disks.html

... and compare it to Absolute FreeBSD, 2nd Edition example Chapter 8: Disks and Filesystems:
http://www.tinker.tv/download/afreebsd2_ch8.pdf (this is officially available chapter, link is from http://nostarch.com/abs_bsd2.htm site)

That should give You the idea what are the differences.

Of course its a FreeBSD example, not OpenBSD one, but as author of both of these books is the same proposed comparison should be valid.
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