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Date:      Mon, 2 Jun 97 17:08:11 PDT
From:      pnoack@holontech.com (Pat Noack)
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   adding a new disk
Message-ID:  <9706030008.AA07323@post.holontech.com>

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I've got a freebsd system that currently has one 1 GB scsi disk on it.
This first disk is disk0.  I've installed a second 3GB scsi disk as 
disk1.  I've used sysinstall to setup the new disk by partitioning it
and then trying to label it.  I've tried this in about 12 different ways.
Large partitions, small partitions, disks compatible with other operating
systems, disk just for freebsd and all of them dump core when I try to 
write the label.

Are there any memory restrictions/limitations/recomenadations of how
much memory I should have with this configuration.  Any thoughts or help
on this setup would be appreciated.

Pat



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