On 13:02 Fri 09 Feb, Otto Moerbeek wrote: > On Fri, Feb 09, 2018 at 12:27:47PM +0300, Consus wrote: > > > On 23:12 Thu 08 Feb, Jeroen wrote: > > > I can talk hours and hours why OpenBSD is superior to Linux > > > > It is possible to list all block devices (with type and size) with one > > command? You now, like lsblk(8) in Linux. > > I don't think there's a single command that covers that. By > look at sysctl hw.disknames and disklabel. > > But some points I'd like to make > > - Only you can decide if OpenBSD fits you and if you like the way > things work.
Of course. I quite like it on my router. It works marvelous. > - You have to expect some/a lot of things to be different compared to > Linux. While both systems implement Posix, the general approach > differs a lot. Some things differ for a reason, historical or not. I know. > - You shouldn't assume we know Linux. So refering to a Linux specific > command often does not help a lot. Try to explain what you want to > achieve. I was just making a point. OpenBSD has a lot of downsides in some areas so blindly calling it 'superior to Linux' without knowing the actual use cases is kinda naive. > - Use the man pages and FAQ. We've put quite some effort into them. Keep up the good work.