As mentioned here, ZFSBootMenu prior version 2.2.1 is not able to boot a zpool once updated.
It took me some time and a few tries to understand that the solution is incredible simple.
Based on the official documentation, all you have to do is to:
- Boot from a live iso like archzfs.iso
- Mount your EFI-Partition
curl -LJO https://get.zfsbootmenu.org/efi
cp zfsbootmenu*.EFI /efi/EFI/ZBM/vmlinuz.EFI
- Umount your EFI-Partition
I've updated the archzfs iso build script to automatically create a iso file with the latest ZFSBootMenu pre-shipped.
OpenZFS is the truly open source successor to the ZFS project. Our community brings together developers from the illumos, FreeBSD, Linux, and OS X platforms, and a wide range of companies that are building products on top of OpenZFS.
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What a nice news. I'm using zfsonlinux for more then three years now and even when disks or brains where failing, zfs keeps my data save :-).