> future disk layout.
> /dev/ada0p1 freebsd-boot
> /dev/ada0p2 freebsd-ufs /boot 256 Mbyte
> /dev/ada0p3 freebsd-ufs /private 3.5 GByte (geli encrypted)
over 200 MB wasted for /boot. what do you want to but there?
except this it is all right.
> /dev/ada1p1 freebsd-boot
> /dev/ada1p2 freebsd-ufs / 14.0 GByte (/ /usr /var ... all
> in one file system and unencrypted)
nonsense here. why partitions AT ALL?
i cannot help here as i am not really gpart user. i use bsdlabel
everywhere for now.
> # newfs /dev/ada0p2
> # newfs /dev/ada0p3
don't waste space, read newfs manual and add good options. on flash disks
don't fear to use smallest (4KB) block size and smallest (512) fragment
on any disk don't overallocate inodes as newfs do. You know how many files
you have so i can't help you.
newfs -i 16384 means over 1% locked space, on hard disks i usually use -i
65536 and it still result in most inodes unused.
on small flash disks 16384 or 32768 is usually fine but YOU know how much
files you store.
on private system do not fear -m 0, even more on flash media where
fragmentation doesn't hurt.
and you definitely forgot -U option.
REALLY - read out newfs manual carefully and make optimal filesystem
layout every time.
newfs defaults are certainly non optimal, but universal and mostly safe.