[zfs-discuss] Re: zfs volumes not mounting after boot (zfs-mountall not working)

chris at cptechconsulting.com chris at cptechconsulting.com
Sat Aug 10 17:47:54 EDT 2013

I am having the same issue.  Nothing mounted on boot.  Seems like there is 
big issues with drives not being ready/online when zfs tries to mount.  I 
tried everything suggested so far.

My pool is called peedypool
I have a zfs dataset peedypool/nas

setting ZFS_MOUNT=yes will show /peedypool mounted at boot but not 

then I ran zfs mount -a and I got

root at bigfoot:~# zfs mount -a
filesystem 'peedypool/nas' is already mounted
cannot mount 'peedypool/nas': Resource temporarily unavailable

however it doesn't show as mounted.  Then I did a mountall and then it 
shows as mounted.


On Wednesday, July 10, 2013 3:39:30 AM UTC-4, Max Bakulenko wrote:
> Good day!
> I have the same problem in Ubuntu 12.04. 
> ZFS_MOUNT='yes' in /etc/default/zfs  help with zfs volumes mounting, but I 
> have some ZVOL which usually seen like symlink in  /dev/zvol/poolname but I 
> don't see them.
> Max
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