Re: [solarisx86] ZFS mount question....
- Dagobert Michelsen wrote:
> Hi Brian,That's right, I forgot to mention -R. I would also recommend -o
> Am 29.01.2013 um 21:20 schrieb Brian Richman:
>>> Yes, you can use -o mountpoint=value to set the temporary mountpoint.
>> So I do this:
>> # zpool import 299199919713273156 old
>> and get this:
>> cannot mount '/export': directory is not empty
>> cannot mount 'old/export/home': mountpoint or dataset is busy
>> cannot mount '/rpool': directory is not empty
>> and none of the datasets are visible in "df" or anywhere that I can see to use the ZFS command to set the mount point on!!!
> Try zpool import -R /a 299199919713273156 old
readonly=on if you are just recovering data.
>Try zpool import -R /a 299199919713273156 oldThat got it!
I did see it referenced on a Solaris blog ... it was on my list of things to try - but real life and user requests get in the way, or I'd have done it before now.
Thank you sir.