ZFS: What have I done wrong?

Brooks Davis brooks at freebsd.org
Tue Apr 17 22:57:31 UTC 2007

On Wed, Apr 18, 2007 at 10:02:53AM +1200, Philip Murray wrote:
> I've setup a zpool using Pawel's quickstart guide as a base:
> [root at hooters ~]# zpool create tank mirror /dev/twed0 /dev/twed1  
> mirror /dev/twed2 /dev/twed3 spare /dev/twed4
> ...a few commands later...
> [root at hooters ~]# mount | grep tank
> tank/ports on /usr/ports (zfs, local)
> tank/home on /usr/home (zfs, local)
> and zfs_enable="YES" added to rc.conf
> However, I don't have a /dev/zvol... am I supposed to have one? Why  
> wouldn't I?

You haven't created any.

> Will that allow me to specify my ZFS volumes in fstab so they mount  
> at boot time?

With ZFS you don't use fstab.  All the info is stored in zfs is self.
Just reboot and they will be there again.

-- Brooks
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