@pitti, the ID_FS_TYPE is zfs_member, not zfs. The service is, as you
listed, zed.service. Modifying your rule then is:

ACTION!="remove", SUBSYSTEM=="block", ENV{ID_FS_TYPE}=="zfs_member",

However, if zed.service is going to exit if there is no pool imported,
this udev rule may not help. The udev event is going to fire before the
pool is imported.

@stgraber, running zed is less important for loopback devices. So
between that and catching it on reboot, we might be "close enough".

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  please have lxd recommend zfs

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Bug description:
  Since ZFS is now in Main (Bug #1532198), LXD should recommend the ZFS
  userspace package, such that 'sudo lxd init' just works.

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