*zpool import -c /tmp/zpool.cache zroot
can not import /tmp/zpool.cache no such pool available
Well, it seems that -c switch is for specifying where to read from and not
where to write. I haven't been able to import the pool and find a way to
store zpool.cache in a diffrent place other than /boot/zfs
On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 6:26 PM, Daniel Kalchev <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 29.05.11 16:10, Daniel Staal wrote:
>> --As of May 29, 2011 12:06:30 PM +0300, George Kontostanos is alleged to
>> have said:
>> Thanks, that's about what I expected the install procedure to be at this
>> point. Nice to have the reminder about the zpool.cache. (Do I have to use
>> the Live CD mode? Can I use shell mode instead?)
>> Actually, you don't need to go via the trouble to make /boot writable.
> You can obtain zpool.cache by using
> zpool import -c /tmp/zpool.cache zroot
> Then copy that file to the mounted root filesystem of the zpool.
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