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Manual Pages  — SADE

NAME

sade – sysadmins disk editor

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


sade

DESCRIPTION

The sade utility is used for various disk administration tasks on FreeBSD systems.

It is generally invoked without arguments for the default behavior, where the main menu is presented.

NOTES

The sade utility aims to provide a handy tool for disk management tasks on an already installed system. The goal is to provide the same text interface for disk management in bsdinstall(8) in the post-installation environment.

SEE ALSO

bsdinstall(8), gpart(8)

HISTORY

A program called sade first appeared in FreeBSD 6.3 as a utility encapsulating features from the sysinstall(8) installer. It was replaced in FreeBSD 10.0 with the equivalent part of bsdinstall(8).

AUTHORS

Nathan Whitehorn <Mt nwhitehorn@FreeBSD.org>

BUGS

The utility misses a lot of nice features, such as tools for manipulating gmirror(8). These will be added later.

SADE (8) December 30, 2012

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