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By properly partitioning a system, fragmentation introduced in the smaller write heavy partitions will not bleed over into the mostly read partitions. Keeping the write loaded partitions closer to the disk's edge will increase <acronym>I/O</acronym> performance in the partitions where it occurs the most. While <acronym>I/O</acronym> performance in the larger partitions may be needed, shifting them more toward the edge of the disk will not lead to a significant performance improvement over moving <filename>/var</filename> to the edge.
Guided Partitioning Using UFS
When this method is selected, a menu will display the available disk(s). If multiple disks are connected, choose the one where FreeBSD is to be installed.
Selecting from Multiple Disks
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Once the disk is selected, the next menu prompts to install to either the entire disk or to create a partition using free space. If <guibutton>[ Entire Disk ]</guibutton> is chosen, a general partition layout filling the whole disk is automatically created. Selecting <guibutton>[ Partition ]</guibutton> creates a partition layout from the unused space on the disk.
Selecting Entire Disk or Partition
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After <guibutton>[ Entire Disk ]</guibutton> is chosen <application>bsdinstall</application> displays a dialog indicating that the disk will be erased.
Confirmation
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The next menu shows a list with the partition schemes types. GPT is usually the most appropriate choice for amd64 computers. Older computers that are not compatible with GPT should use MBR. The other partition schemes are generally used for uncommon or older computers. More information is available in <xref linkend="partition-schemes"/>.
Select Partition Scheme
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After the partition layout has been created, review it to ensure it meets the needs of the installation. Selecting <guibutton>[ Revert ]</guibutton> will reset the partitions to their original values and pressing <guibutton>[ Auto ]</guibutton> will recreate the automatic FreeBSD partitions. Partitions can also be manually created, modified, or deleted. When the partitioning is correct, select <guibutton>[ Finish ]</guibutton> to continue with the installation.
Review Created Partitions
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Once the disks are configured, the next menu provides the last chance to make changes before the selected drives are formatted. If changes need to be made, select <guibutton>[ Back ]</guibutton> to return to the main partitioning menu. <guibutton>[ Revert &amp; Exit ]</guibutton> exits the installer without making any changes to the drive. Select <guibutton>[ Commit ]</guibutton> to start the installation process.
Final Confirmation
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To continue with the installation process go to <xref linkend="bsdinstall-fetching-distribution"/>.
Manual Partitioning
Selecting this method opens the partition editor:
Manually Create Partitions
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Highlight the installation drive (<filename>ada0</filename> in this example) and select <guibutton>[ Create ]</guibutton> to display a menu of available partition schemes:
<acronym>GPT</acronym> is usually the most appropriate choice for amd64 computers. Older computers that are not compatible with <acronym>GPT</acronym> should use <acronym>MBR</acronym>. The other partition schemes are generally used for uncommon or older computers.
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