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Adding a fresh zfs sub-dataset pri_zp/Z1/Z99-future to pri_zp/Z1, and resuming recursive replication to sec_zp/Z1

Update: This seems to work. A. create initial "sub" zfs datasets: # zfs create pri_zp/Z1 # zfs create pri_zp/Z1/Z00-initial # zfs snapshot -r pri_zp/Z1@ssA # zfs send -V -R pri_zp/Z1@ssA | ...
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How to Remove a Large File from ZFS Snapshots and Reclaim Space?

Or just use zfs diff described here: Identifying ZFS Snapshot Differences (zfs diff) to list the difference between that 60day snapshot and the actual one. After identifying the location of that BIG....
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ZFS error for load-key

Because that's the enc key of the dataset itself. Check key availability/correctness with: zfs get -Ho property,value encryptionroot,keystatus rpool/ROOT/ubuntu_uy913x respectively: zfs get -Ho ...
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Unable to mount encrypted ZFS filesystem after reboot

This is relatively easy to fix, it's happening too frequently: Use another computer to create a live USB stick with a Linux distribution. Boot from the live USB. Open a terminal in the live session ...
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Why does ZFS scrub not complete?

The scrub is not completing properly, possibly due to partition mismatches or other underlying issues from the original FreeNAS setup. First, check dmesg for errors: dmesg | grep -i zfs Then export ...
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Controller failure on ZFS pool

Doesn't look too worrying. You need to wait for the resilver to finish anyway, and replacing the defective controler should bring the missing volumes back. Just don't panic...
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Rescuing ZFS after Debian upgrade

Note the mountpoint of rpool/ROOT/debian in the zfs get mountpoint listing: NAME PROPERTY YALUE SOURCE rpool mountpoint /sysroot local rpool/ROOT mountpoint none local rpool/ROOT/debian mountpoint / ...
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Debian: ZFS installation error: Module zfs not found in directory /lib/modules/4.19.0-14-amd64

You need the linux headers for your current kernel version. are linux-headers-$(uname -r) and zfs-dkms installed? you'd need those... Source: AllKind on Github If your linux headers are not ...
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