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Old 15th February 2018
beavers beavers is offline
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Default Upgrade -> disk full!

I have three machines running -current, and I apply new snapshots fairly recently. Two of them run through the upgrade process without a hitch. On the third machine, the disk fills up every time!

I boot bsd.rd, hit "upgrade", select sd0 as the root disk, etc etc. As soon as it starts extracting sets, /dev/rd0a fills up. It's like the upgrader is extracting them to the ramdisk, rather than sd0. What could cause this?

Last edited by beavers; 15th February 2018 at 08:32 PM. Reason: typo
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