Very interesting concept. Are you using ZFS with LMCE810? Should this be implemented before loading LinuxMCE or can it be after?
no i was using zfs in 710 and the older vers. you will have install zfs after installing linuxmce.
I was using ZFS in 810 i.e. created the ZFS pool in kubuntu and mounted it manually to the file system used by my LinuxMCE core. However I never managed to get my LinuxMCE core to recognize it in the same way as it does with raid and mounting the ZFS pool manually was not a solution that allowed me ta take the benefit of the LinuxMCE solution and work in the long run.
So I am now using raid instead of zfs, most likely this was due to my limited knowledge of LinuxMCE.
I really liked ZFS and it would be very nice to use it again so if you have any sugestions on how the ZFS pool can be configured to work with LinuxMCE it would be very much appreciated.
true manually mounting the file system is not the way that linuxmce wants you to do things. but at that time i said to hell with that because zfs is way... better then the software raid that comes with linuxmce. so i set out to figuring out how linuxmce mounts it's stuff. all the software is doing is auto mounting the share and making links that point back to the shares on the core or md if the share is there. one thing i didn't link about the auto mounting was once it makes the mount it puts it in a some kind of other folder and not in the video folder so you know where it is. once it's in that other folder you can't use the filename view as it's not in the video folder the auto mounter doesn't link to it. the will show up in the title view but i don't like the title view as i have a lot of files. so all i did was made the link to the zfs mount place in the video folder and did the same for my md's with a line in the rc.local to auto mount the share and that's it's. you only need zfs on the core the rest is taking care of by smbfs really. but all this is just my 2 cents.