What precautions could I take to prevent users from writing to a portion
of a ZFS mount point that might fill up the underlying filesystem that
wouldn't impede writes to that ZFS mount point. For example:
If some program accidentally started writing to /foo/bar, as far as I
understand, it would end up filling / and not the zpool.
I could re-do this so that /zpool1 was /foo to mitigate this - though
I've already established production mounts pointing to /foo/bar/volume
(which is actually zpool1/volume). Would changing zpool1 to /dce create
havoc, since I'm NFS exporting /foo/bar/volume.
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