I’m trying to generate a ZFS snap from https://github.com/zfsonlinux.
So far I’m only interested in having a working prototype so I’ve been cutting a few corners, and running the snap in devmode.
The snap contains kernel modules (that I manually loaded using insmod), libraries and executables.
So far I’m able to create a storage pool and mount it, but the mount only appears in the context of the zfs snap, i.e. I can only access the mount through:
sudo snap run --shell zfsonlinux.zfs
Is there a way to get the mount to be global for the whole system? I’ve noticed there’s a
mount-observe interface, but nothing like
As a follow-up I’d like to share my ZFS file-system through NFS, which currently doesn’t work. I’m suspecting that I’d need to resolve the mount issue first.