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Re: ZFS legacy mount fails

On Wed, Jan 03, 2018 at 08:26:45PM +0500, Илья Валеев wrote:
> Hello!
> I'm trying to mount ZFS dataset with /etc/fstab file. Added string in it:
> doublediskpool/systemlog /mnt zfs relatime,defaults 0 2
> Rebooted, and system fails to boot. In boot log I see that spl and zfs
> modules loaded, than:
> systemd[1]: mnt.mount: Mount process exited, code=exited status=1
> systemd[1]: Failes to mount /mnt.
> After this zfs.target successfully starts, and system fall into
> emergency mode.
> Tryed to add in [Install] section of /lib/systemd/system/zfs.target such
> string:
> Before=local-fs.target
> but it does not help.
> If I enter command (that systemd fail to execute) in emergency mode or
> booted system:
> # mount doublediskpool/systemlog /mnt -t zfs -o relatime,defaults
> than mount executed successfully.
> Nothing changes if I set another mountpoint.
> How this can be fixed?

What does

zfs get mountpoint doublediskpool/systemlog

tell you?

If it doesn't say /mnt as the value, try

zfs set mountpoint doublediskpool/systemlog /mnt


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