> On 27. jaan 2017, at 22:16, Ngie Cooper <yaneurab...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Jan 27, 2017, at 09:05, Warner Losh <i...@bsdimp.com> wrote:
> ...
>> I'm curious why you can't find the space for a bigger partition?
>> Almost all drives these days are partitioned with a little wasted
>> space, and that wasted space should be more than enough to cover us
>> here. Also, most drives have a swap partition that can be shrunk a
>> trivial amount to get space for this...
> Unfortunately, in my infinite wisdom (IIRC) I put the zfs partition before 
> the swap partition.
> We have a similar problem at work with sys/boot unfortunately, but that's a 
> side discussion for another time/place.
> Thank you for the idea though -- I'll check when I get back to work.
> -Ngie

Note the order of the partitions is not important, at least on paper anyhow. Of 
course there are preferences in sense that it does look nice if freebsd-boot is 
in front. Also, if you do have mirror setup, it is some work, but you can 
re-arrange mirror side partitioning (with usual cautions like having scrub 
done, having backup, having third disk would be helpful).

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