Copying the script is probably fine for now. I still intend to look at
this, hopefully in the next month or so. It's been relatively low on my
list, since LTS releases are my main priority.

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  ZFS initramfs mounts dataset explicitly set not to be mounted, causing
  boot process to fail

Status in zfs-linux package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Per the initramfs
  zfs script might overrule canmount and mountpoint options for a
  dataset, causing other mount operations and with them the boot process
  to fail.

  Experienced this with Ubuntu Zesty. Xenial seems to ship with a
  different zfs script for the initrd.

  Work around when it happens: unmount the dataset that should not be
  mounted, and exit the initramfs rescue prompt to resume booting.

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