[rescue] Fun with ZFS
Jonathan C. Patschke
jp at celestrion.net
Thu Jul 6 14:47:33 CDT 2006
On Thu, 6 Jul 2006, Mike F wrote:
> zfs filesystems don't show up in vfstab because they are
> mounted/unmounted/etc. through zfs(1M).
> You can explicitly put a zfs pool anywhere you want it. Just create the
> pool thusly:
> zpool create -m /whatever/path/you/want pool_name c0t0d0
Which was exactly my complaint. I don't do ufs create -m /opt. Why
should I zfpool create -m /some/zfs/thing? Is editing /etc/*fstab "so
1970s" that Sun has decided to (only partially) deprecate it?
My thesis is that someone needs a Really Good Argument for introducing
such a glaring inconsistency. I don't see what 'zpool create -m
/wherever' buys other than obfuscation.
Jonathan Patschke ) "A man who never dreams goes slowly mad."
Elgin, TX ( --Thomas Dolby, "Valley of the Mind's Eye"
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