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I recently installed Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on my desktop and wanted to move my existing ZFS pool over. I did that by doing the following:

$ sudo apt-get install zfsutils-linux
$ sudo zfs mount -vO -a

The -vO switch is for overlay mounting. I mount my ZFS pool over the /home directory. If I log out and back in, everything works as expected.

However, when I reboot my machine, the ZFS pool is not automounted, and I have to go through the above steps again. Is there any way to get Ubuntu to automount my ZFS pool?

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I can get Ubuntu to automount my ZFS pool by opening up the /etc/rc.local file and adding the following line to it:

zfs mount -vO -a

Now my ZFS pool is automounted on reboot.

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