Pictures attached! I just blacked out personal info/name of drives.I think that is normal to see that for a Fusion drive under APFS.
Run each of these two commands in Terminal and tell us the output.
diskutil list diskutil cs list
Yeah... looks normal. disk0 is the hard drive, disk1 is the flash drive, and disk2 is the virtual Fusion drive. Makes sense.Pictures attached! I just blacked out personal info/name of drives.
1) Why wouldn't it show Container disk1 (instead of Container disk2)/>
2) I mess around in this area a lot for my external hard drives and I don't remember seeing this before...ever. So I'm not sure if it's normal or if I haven't noticed it before.
It's normal. That's how APFS works.
Apple's new file system, APFS, introduces a few wrinkles, so here's a short, easy FAQ to help you make sense of it all.www.macobserver.com
How did I end up doing APFS? I'm looking here and I don't see anything being shared on different volumes.Yeah... looks normal. disk0 is the hard drive, disk1 is the flash drive, and disk2 is the virtual Fusion drive. Makes sense.
You don't have more than one volume. You have exactly one volume titled, "Macintosh HD". It lives in a Container that sits on a fusion drive, which is a virtual merging to two physical disks.
When you upgraded to Mojave, the install process probably converted the CoreStorage Fusion drive to an APFS multiple drive container to support the Fusion drive concept.
i believe OP is not wasting his time asking about something its new or he does not understand about how APFS worksIt's not an issue or a bug.
The disk number can change at boot, it depends on which disk you are booting from. Please don't waste your time on this.