There's a Manjaro installation on ZFS that I'd like to
chroot into from a rescue system on a USB stick. When booting the rescue system, the ZFS pools are automatically detected and mounted, if possible.
A problem arises when these mounts shadow existing folders, like
/root. I cannot
chroot into the system, because only some pools are mounted.
/ is not, for example. The solution to
- import without mount
- mount manually in the right order (first root, then everything else on top of it)
does not work, because the export fails: "busy". I can't unmount the folders that are in use.
I'd like to avoid to manually change the mountpoints of the pools to altroot
/mnt and change back afterwards. Is there a solution to prevent the auto-mount during boot?
Using 20.2 Nibia.