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this is my first experience on Elementary OS and I'm pretty new to Linux/Ubuntu. I find my way around pretty easily with Google at my fingertips. Somehow I could not find any sources about the following case.

I have installed Elementary OS on my SSD (full drive, EXT4). I also have 6 HDD that I configured as a RAID-Z zpool and setup a zfs filesystem on top of that zpool.

Somehow, I configured the mount option to be /data.

The issue is I would like this "drive" to appear as a "partition" under the Devices section in the sidebar of the pantheon-files application. pantheon-files I would like it right under "File System" since it's an actual drive.

Thank you very much for your help.


EDIT:

I agree that the questions are similar, after re-reading it. But there is not a really satisfactory answer since the only answer is as follow.

Actually none of the partitions mounted permanently (except the / partition) shows up in this Devices list, only external USB or network drives. This seems to be a limitation of the underlying software library.

But in my case, I can see that I also have a mounted drive (PHOTOARCHIVE), which is in a SATA dock connected directly to my motherboard (so not USB). That means the answer is either wrong or incomplete since my hard drive appears there. By the way, that drive was mounted under /media/{username}/PHOTOARCHIVE/.

Before I can say an answer is valid, it has to actually tell me something more than "not possible". Is there something I can do to test? If it is a limitation of the underlying software library, could I know which one(s). That way I could investigate / broaden my search and maybe open a bug report in the correct project.

Thank you very much.

this is my first experience on Elementary OS and I'm pretty new to Linux/Ubuntu. I find my way around pretty easily with Google at my fingertips. Somehow I could not find any sources about the following case.

I have installed Elementary OS on my SSD (full drive, EXT4). I also have 6 HDD that I configured as a RAID-Z zpool and setup a zfs filesystem on top of that zpool.

Somehow, I configured the mount option to be /data.

The issue is I would like this "drive" to appear as a "partition" under the Devices section in the sidebar of the pantheon-files application. pantheon-files I would like it right under "File System" since it's an actual drive.

Thank you very much for your help.

this is my first experience on Elementary OS and I'm pretty new to Linux/Ubuntu. I find my way around pretty easily with Google at my fingertips. Somehow I could not find any sources about the following case.

I have installed Elementary OS on my SSD (full drive, EXT4). I also have 6 HDD that I configured as a RAID-Z zpool and setup a zfs filesystem on top of that zpool.

Somehow, I configured the mount option to be /data.

The issue is I would like this "drive" to appear as a "partition" under the Devices section in the sidebar of the pantheon-files application. pantheon-files I would like it right under "File System" since it's an actual drive.

Thank you very much for your help.


EDIT:

I agree that the questions are similar, after re-reading it. But there is not a really satisfactory answer since the only answer is as follow.

Actually none of the partitions mounted permanently (except the / partition) shows up in this Devices list, only external USB or network drives. This seems to be a limitation of the underlying software library.

But in my case, I can see that I also have a mounted drive (PHOTOARCHIVE), which is in a SATA dock connected directly to my motherboard (so not USB). That means the answer is either wrong or incomplete since my hard drive appears there. By the way, that drive was mounted under /media/{username}/PHOTOARCHIVE/.

Before I can say an answer is valid, it has to actually tell me something more than "not possible". Is there something I can do to test? If it is a limitation of the underlying software library, could I know which one(s). That way I could investigate / broaden my search and maybe open a bug report in the correct project.

Thank you very much.

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Load ZFS Partition under Devices

this is my first experience on Elementary OS and I'm pretty new to Linux/Ubuntu. I find my way around pretty easily with Google at my fingertips. Somehow I could not find any sources about the following case.

I have installed Elementary OS on my SSD (full drive, EXT4). I also have 6 HDD that I configured as a RAID-Z zpool and setup a zfs filesystem on top of that zpool.

Somehow, I configured the mount option to be /data.

The issue is I would like this "drive" to appear as a "partition" under the Devices section in the sidebar of the pantheon-files application. pantheon-files I would like it right under "File System" since it's an actual drive.

Thank you very much for your help.