I have some stuff doesn’t like ZFS so have to use another file system within a container, so have to use zvol, and this answer works fine:
Any problems of this zvol sitting on a LXD managed ZFS pool in the same structure as lxd created block volumes, e.g.
and then for the instance > config > device > source:
Is there a difference between the zfs block volume when created via
lxc storage volume create... --type block command, and a zvol created via zfs ?
I see devices created by lxc and zfs commands below
/dev/zvol, however I’m not permitted to attach a LXD block device to a container (only for non zfs compatible stuff), but I can attach the zvol created with zfs. Is this intended?