On Fri 07 Sep 2007 at 04:08PM, Dan Price wrote:
> On Fri 07 Sep 2007 at 11:53AM, Ril wrote:
> > I posted this query to the ZFS discussion forum, but got no replies -- 
> > perhaps this is more of question about zones than zfs:
> > 
> > I followed the procedure to add a ZFS dataset to a non-global, whole-root 
> > zone as a delegated dataset as described in the ZFS Admin Guide, page 129. 
> > What is the proper way to remove it? I tried the following:
> > >From the global zone:
> > 1) halt the zone
> > 2) use zonecfg to remove the dataset
> > 3) boot the zone
> > When I logged back into the zone, the mount point was still present, but 
> > now under /, but the files were gone, and they weren't present in the pool 
> > on the global zone, either.
> > 
> > Is this the correct procedure to remove a ZFS file system from a non-global 
> > zone? Is there anyway to do this without losing the data in the file system?
> I don't think your data is actually gone.  When zfs filesystems get
> handed out to non-global zones, a special "bit" is set on the
> filesystem, in the form of a zfs property called "zoned".  Here
> is what the man page says:

And by "the man page" I mean, zfs(1m).


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