I've been having an issue with my first installation of FreeBSD. As I always do in GNU/Linux I created separate home and root partitions. The issue I've been having is that my home partition doesn't mount.
Luckily, when boot fails it just dumps me at a root prompt but unfortunately after remounting / as read-write and not just read only, I can't mount /dev/ada0p3, my /home partition, as /home, or as anything else.
The exact error I get is
mount /dev/ada0p3: No such file or directory, and yet a quick
ls /dev/ shows me that
ada0p3 is indeed there, and
gpart show confirms that partition 3 on device ada0 is freebsd-zfs and is 185GB, the size I allocated for my home.
I'm using zfs for both / and /home.
This is a fresh install, so if need be I have no qualms with nuking the drive and reinstalling, but I'd prefer to avoid spending more time on this than I have to.