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Old 28th November 2021
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I need to resize up my OpenBSD root file system which is in a OpenBSD disklabel, so I need to resize up the disklabel too I guess. How to do it safely?
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Your prior install that was boot looping was configured as a single filesystem.

Please use the default automatic allocation.
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