ipsec and zfs on FreeBSD 8.1 -- kernel problem

krad kraduk at googlemail.com
Tue Aug 3 17:40:27 UTC 2010

On 3 August 2010 16:40, Joshua Coats <joshu at rescomp.berkeley.edu> wrote:

> I've been experimenting with a FreeBSD 8.1 build, booting with a root in
> zfs, but I've found a problem with the kernel:  using the generic kernel
> works fine, but this particular server needs ipsec enabled, and the
> kernel I built with ipsec support for some reason can't mount the zfs
> partitions, despite loading what I believe are the necessary kernel
> modules (zfs.ko, opensolaris.ko) at startup.
> Does special zfs support need to be built into the kernel?  The only
> modifications from the generic kernel for the ipsec kernel I'm using
> are:
> options IPSEC
> device crypto
> This specific kernel config worked fine on FreeBSD 7.3, so I'm at a
> loss.
> Thanks,
> --
> Joshua A. Coats
> Unix Systems Administrator
> Network and Infrastructure, RSSP-IT
> University of California, Berkeley
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did you build zfs support into the loader?



to /etc/src.conf

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