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Subject: Re: gmirror, gpart and MBR vs GPT in the Handbook
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On 11/30/2013 at 7:07 PM Polytropon wrote:

|On Sat, 30 Nov 2013 13:03:21 -0500, Mike. wrote:
|> Is there a specific reason why MBR was used in the Handbook
|> example for creating a mirror, instead of GPT?   Or was it
just
|> a preference of the person who wrote that Handbook page?
|
|Refer to this document for a demonstration which is more
|directed toward GPT:
|
|http://www.wonkity.com/~wblock/docs/html/gmirror.html
|
|The Handbook's mentioning of MBR, even though commands
|involved are centered around gpart (instead of the more
|traditional tools fdisk and bsdlabel) seems to suggest
|that an update might be indicated. :-)
 =============


Excellent, that site looks to be a very good resource.  

I'm still trying to learn all the GEOM and other  gstuff at this
point.  I'm finding that there's a lot to learn. :)

Many thanks for the quick and informative reply.

Mike.






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