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For me on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, I had to set the following To automatically import the zpools, change the value from 1 to 0: File: /etc/init/zpool-import.conf modprobe zfs zfs_autoimport_disable=0 To automatically mount the zfs mounts, add the following line: File: /etc/rc.local zfs mount -a Restarted, and the zpool ZFS mounts were mounted ...


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1: If you don't want ZFS redundancy, you can: Use your first disk as your active pool. Schedule snapshots to allow fast rollbacks in case of human errors like rm -rf ones. Create a backup pool on your second disk Regularly update this backup pool from first pool incremental snapshots: zfs send ... | zfs receive .... The backup pool need to be created ...



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