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Date:      Mon, 11 Dec 2017 08:43:11 -0500
From:      Baho Utot <>
To:        Paul Pathiakis <>,
Subject:   Re: Boot issue after upgrade
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On 12/10/17 22:00, Paul Pathiakis wrote:

>> Ok I'll ask for the uptinth time How do you Boot ZFS raid,  this has 
>> been unanswered since 2013.
>> Bet you you can not answer that.
> There is no 'boot zfs raid'.  There is boot ZFS (ZFS can be configured 
> as any RAID type and be booted.  Linux cannot due this as licensing of 
> the CDDL blocks it from having anything but the loader to install it as 
> a module.  FreeBSD has no such restriction.
> As long as the gptzfsboot blocks are installed, the loader will 
> recognize it and load the Solaris and zfs modules.  From there, it's a 
> straight boot operation like any other file system.
> My home server uses ZFS as a root partition.  The root partition is on 
> RAID-1 aka mirrored volumes and has no issue booting from both/either.
> And yes, I answered your question and it's in the Handbook, the Wiki, etc.

It in not in the handbook nor is it in the wiki.  I see you fail to 
provide an answer that is worth something.  ZFS RAID 1 LOL

Here this is what I am looking to boot

  zpool status
   pool: zroot
  state: ONLINE
   scan: scrub repaired 0 in 2h40m with 0 errors on Wed Oct 18 18:27:31 2017

         NAME        STATE     READ WRITE CKSUM
         zroot       ONLINE       0     0     0
           raidz1-0  ONLINE       0     0     0
             ada1p3  ONLINE       0     0     0
             ada2p3  ONLINE       0     0     0
             ada3p3  ONLINE       0     0     0
             ada4p3  ONLINE       0     0     0

There is no information about booting this.

This is not mirrored,  this is raid like in raid 5

>> And if your up for it
>> How to install Grub2 with WIN7 and ZFS RAID FreeBSD
>> unanswered since 2013.
> This is already done with grub2 and is widely available with both TrueOS 
> and FreeBSD.  It's in the manual, the wiki, and several articles for a 
> couple of years now.

No not in the manual See you say things that are just not true

> Personally, I will be taking the same action as others and putting you 
> in my filter list.  You have nothing of interest here.  I applaud the 
> community for not banishing you as of yet as you are a troll, arrogant 
> and dismissive of your betters.  I would also suggest you get 
> psychiatric/psychological counseling for your behavior.  You seem to be 
> a disturbed individual who enjoys creating drama where none exists.

Yes you are running away because you have no answers.  You only talk shit.

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