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Default FFS2 in OpenBSD, what do you need?

Just a quick question... what do you really need to do when using FFS2 on OpenBSD? Is newfs -O 2 /dev/wd1a all you need, and it all just works the same as ffs?

Like there are no mount_ffs2, nor any options for mount_ffs for it to work?

Of course this is provided that you are not using it for booting, / /usr /tmp /var.
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