How Rebuilt my old ZFS Pool

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      Yes, it seems so...
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      hoppel118 wrote:

      If this is the complete "zpool history", you never created zfs filesystems on your zpool. Didn't know that it is possible to work on the root of the pool directly.
      It is (possible). The first time I set up a ZFS pool, I created standard Linux folders at the root of the pool.

      While it works, one doesn't get to use the features and benefits of setting ZFS filesystems.
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