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Old 21st October 2009
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Default 8-STABLE build fails at installworld

Dear Friends of FreeBSD:

I just updated my sources to the RELENG_8 tag and performed the usual update of the system via make buildworld, make buildkernel, etc. but this time I encountered an error I have never seen before: installworld stops midway because it finds the file system full.

"No space left on device" it says.

This is impossible, because I have allocated 500G to this installation and used the default disklabel settings during install. My machine is a new HP with AMD Phenom X4 9750. Installation of 8.0-RC1 went well. Only problem was Xorg, which could not configure X server properly.

Any thoughts?

Thank you for your help!!
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