Hello FreeBSD gurus,

Some linux guy gave me a strange idea:

You have two disks, /dev/da1s1e and /dev/da2s1e and I mount the
two to a single mount point.
Do I end up with the total capacity of the two disks on the said
mount point?
To be a bit clear, da1 is, say, 36GB and da2 is 72GB and I mount
as above to /mnt
Does /mnt now have 108GB?
What are the dangers of doing this?
How does the system use the disks?

I haven't tested this anyway.


Is this something sane?


Clues will be highly appreciated.


-Wash

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