I'm running Debian Jesse with Gnome 3. I've created a ZFS pool named
Data and set its mount point to
/media/[user]/Data. Below is a screenshot of my
/media/[user] folder and the desktop showing how those mount points appear to the system.
- Beta is a Raid
- Mirror & Backwash are internal drives
- Data is our ZFS pool, but shows as a removable drive.
That last point is what I'd like to change. As far as I've been told, you simply need to state
zfs set mountpoint=/myspecialfolder mypool, however, how the system represents that data appears to be interpreted elsewhere. Mind you, all drives are connected over internal SATA cables, so they're all technically internal drives to begin with.
How do I force the ZFS pool to appear as an internal drive?