On 2013-11-18 03:51, Beeblebrox wrote:
>> Is there anything "non-standard" about your configuration?
>> All pools that are present in /boot/zfs/zpool.cache on a root filesystem of a
>> root pool should be automatically imported.
> Yes I know that, hence the reason I posted.
> ll /boot/zfs  shows recently updated zpool.cache =>
> -rw-r--r--  1 root  wheel  3736 Nov 18 10:03 zpool.cache
> * No special setting on pool or datasets of the pool
> * /etc/src.conf even has "LOADER_ZFS_SUPPORT= yes"
> * custom kernel has label disabled (#options        GEOM_LABEL ).
> However, generic kernel shows same behavior.
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In /boot/loader.conf try adding:


This should make it read the zpool.cache file and mount all of the pools, 
instead of only the one which contains your root file system

Allan Jude

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