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I'm working on a FreeBSD 8.x (pfSense 2.1) system and post-install, realised that the partition is misaligned to the disk (starts at sector offset 63). GParted doesn't recognise UFS so that is out.

I've had a quick look at sade, fdisk, and gpart but can't work out how to non-destructively move the partition; is there an easy way to do so or should I simply dump out the config & rebuild?

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gpart is the best one. There you have the parameter on gpart add -a 4K for example. By -a gives alignment and 4K you should use as a parameter for alignment, because the most new disks are working with 4K sectors. Even on old disks it has a reason, just to getting used to 4K.

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