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bind_mounts_with_zfs [13.06.2018 20:37] (current)
Pascal Suter created
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 +====== bind mounts with zfs on linux ======
 +Zfs on Linux does not mount via ''/​etc/​fstab''​ and and therefore usually mounts later in the bood process than when the fstab is processed. This is a problem when one wants to use bind-mounts (mout a directory within an fstab volume to somewhere else in the directory tree as well). With systems using ''​systemd''​ to launch services on boot up, there is a simple solution how we can keep on using fstab with bind mounts for zfs: 
 +/​data/​home /​home none bind,​x-systemd.requires=zfs-mount.service 0 0