Rather than manual uninstalling MacZFS, here's an uninstall script in case
anyone finds it useful:
On Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:42:02 PM UTC-7, Anders Wallén wrote:
> Using the MacZFS Wiki, I did a manual uninstall of the components,
> rebooted, installed the new software, and rebooted again.
> A *sudo zpool import -f (array names)* later, and there they were.
> My most sincere thanks to all who have contributed!
> Den tisdagen den 21:e oktober 2014 kl. 21:16:33 UTC+2 skrev jasonbelec:
>> It is best practice. However. Just properly uninstall your current ZFS.
>> Then install new ZFS and try an import. If necessary add the -f for force
>> import and you should be fine.
>> Jason Belec
>> Sent from my "It's an iPod, a Phone, and an Internet Device..."
>> On Oct 21, 2014, at 3:04 PM, Anders Wallén <anders...@mac.com> wrote:
>> OpenZFSonOSX? Will do.
>> (Five minutes later...)
>> OK. In the readme-file for the installer, it tells me that I *must* *sudo
>> zpool export* my arrays before upgrading, but I can't; any zpool call is
>> answered with
>>> internal error: failed to initialize ZFS library
>> So I guess that one actually needs a Yosemite port of MacZFS just for the
>> purpose of exporting the arrays?
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