> In general, I'd do the renaming with a "different bootable media",
> including a LiveCD/LiveUSB, another distro that can import and
> rename this pool version, etc. - as long as booting does not
> involve use of the old rpool.
Thank you. I will test it in the coming days.
> By far, the easiest approach in your case would be to just
> increase the host's zfs volume which backs your old rpool
> and use autoexpansion (or manual expansion) to let your VM's
> rpool capture the whole increased virtual disk.
- test1 autoexpand
# zpool set autoexpand=on rpool
cannot set property for 'rpool': invalid property 'autoexpand'
-> autoexpand not supported
-> create new vol
> If automagic doesn't work, I posted about a month ago about
> the manual procedure on this list:
procedure work on 2. disk,
but i cannot use "zpool import" on rpool...
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