2011-11-23 2:26, Lori Alt wrote:
Did you try a temporary mount point?
zfs mount -o mountpoint=/whatever <dataset>
I do not want to lie so I'll delay with a definite answer.
I think I've tried that, but I'm not certain now. I'll try
to recreate the situation later and respond responsibly ;)
If this works indeed - that's a good idea ;)
Should it work relative to alternate root as well (just
like a default/predefined mountpoint value would)?
BTW, is there a way to do overlay mounts like "mount -O"
with zfs automount attributes? I have to use legacy mounts
and /etc/vfstab for that now on some systems, but would
like to aviod such complication if possible...
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