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With playing around with jails I meant that apart from starting doing my "usual work"* in BSD, I'd like to take jails for a ride. Should I make a partition for the jails? *: webdev and database; both are hosted on another box so I mostly use editors, clients, and network mounts in this one)
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From what I've read, ext2 works in FreeBSD. ext4 doesn't, and ext3 has to be mounted as ext2. ¿How good is UFS support? As far as I know, write-support requires recompiling the kernel to enable it explicitly as it isn't considered stable. Then again, things may have changed. If so, which kernel version has stable write-to-UFS support? Also, both installations are physical, so simultaneous mounting is a non-issue :)
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The issue is precisely on how to share /home without the dotfiles conflicting :)
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