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Old 18th July 2009
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Default which drive is what?

Im just wondering what the easy way would be solve this.
I got 6 hdds in my box and 5 of them contains data. In the beginning of installation i get the following:
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Cool! Let's get to it.

You will now initialize the disk(s) that OpenBSD will use. To enable all
available security features you should configure the disk(s) to allow the
creation of separate filesystems for /, /tmp, /var, /usr, and /home.

Available disks are: wd0 wd1 wd2 wd3 wd4 wd5
Which one is the root disk? (or done) [done]
Isnt there a simple way to "list/see" what the disks contains?
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