Prevent zpool from being mounted on next boot
idefix at fechner.net
Thu Nov 3 17:38:54 UTC 2016
I currently have the problem that my boot partition is only 64kb which
is not enough for freebsd 11 new zpool version.
So I removed one disk from my zpool mirror.
Corrected the partition size to 256kb and copied all data with zfs
send/receive to the new pool.
The zpool name changed from tank to zroot.
I would modify on the new pool the loader.conf and the bootfs option for
the new pool by:
zpool set bootfs=zroot/ROOT/default zroot
But I fear a little bit that at a reboot the new pool zroot and the old pool tank is mounted to / which would cause serious problems.
Is there a way to prevent the mount from pool tank at next boot?
I would not like to destroy the pool (tank) till I can boot the new one without problems.
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