Prevent bpool (or pools with /BOOT/) to be upgraded

Bug #1847389 reported by BertN45 on 2019-10-09
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Bug Description

The bpool status is confusing. Should I upgrade the pool or is it on purpose that the bpool is like this. I do no like to see this warning after installing the system on ZFS from scratch.

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Richard Laager (rlaager) wrote :

Do NOT upgrade your bpool.

The dangerous warning is a known issue. There has been talk of an upstream feature that would allow a nice fix for this, but nobody has taken up implementing it yet. I wonder how hard it would be to temporarily patch zpool status / zpool upgrade to not warn about / upgrade a pool named bpool.

Didier Roche (didrocks) wrote :

We wrote on another bug report BertN45 to not upgrade your bpool. Only power users will use zpool status command to list and we expect them to know the implication.

I think I'll retarget this bug for preventing bpool upgrade.

summary: - Confusing zpool status in Ubuntu 19.10 installed onZFS
+ Prevent bpool (or pools with /BOOT/) to be upgraded
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