If memory serves me right, John Baldwin wrote:
> No. sysinstall copies over /stand and then chroots into the new root
> for the actual install after it does the newfs. If you don't copy /stand
> then installs will fail. Please just leave it as is. /stand is still
> useful in the scary case that /rescue and normal root get hosed and it
> doesn't take up very much space anyways.
OK, I stand corrected.
(Ugh. Pun not intended.)