Brad Spencer <brad%anduin.eldar.org@localhost> writes: > The point is that by need /usr/sources has to be realized in the system > after / and /usr are available and right now those can't be a ZFS pool > themselves (well, /usr COULD be, but I can't really see how / could). > This, at least in my opinion, is not a complicated nor unusual use > case. However, if it were possible for / and /usr to be a ZFS fileset > or pool then the requirements change a bit. I think you have argued that it is necessary to sort filesystems topologically, but you left out the patch :-) But seriously, I think tsorting the filesystems is necessary, and then there's putting filesystems into one of required optional and then some sort of label for before-starting-networking after-networking-before-daemons and so on.
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