--- Ivan Voras <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> No, gjournal is a layer below the file system (think
> of it as a virtual disk drive) that does
> You need to create a file system on top of gjournal.

> Pawel added some necessary integration for UFS.
Since the gjournal is block level journaling, not file
system level journaling, can one journal be used to
cover two or more partitions?

gjournal label -c ad0s4e ad0s4d
gjournal label -c ad0s4f ad0s4d
gjournal label -c ad0s4g ad0s4d

newfs -J /dev/ad0s4e.journal
newfs -J /dev/ad0s4f.journal
newfs -J /dev/ad0s4g.journal

Kind Regards

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