I did an installation on zfs with manjaro-architect a while ago. It was working at the end. I could boot and everything. But I would not recommend to anybody to do that actually. I was running into issues with my root-on-zfs installation immediately with the next kernel upgrade. Dont ask me why, but it was not booting anymore. And there is no Manjaro ISO image which is coming with zfs modules. So desaster recovery is a real concern for me. see also my comments here:
If that is not discouraging you, I suggest you start to look at manjaro-architect
Thanks for that hint.
At all the Manjaro-Gnome Iso in Version 20.1.1 brings the zfs modules out of the box. In all other ISOs it’s need to be installed afterwards. But in some versions ZFS is not available for the booted kernel. :-/
Well, that is confusing because what you are showing below looks like Manjaro Architect, not a CLI install. For the record, doing it by CLI means you are entering all the commands in at a terminal manually.
For you to get that hook error probably means zfs-utils isn’t getting installed which is probably caused by the module detection failing to identify you need zfs.
As a workaround, you could add the needed zfs module package when it asks you if you want to install additional packages.
Hehe, ok in the first post i wrote “CLI installer”. In the first comment I wrote “CLI installer” and meant the Manjaro Architect because it runs in the CLI. But however. I used the manjaro-architect
(Communication is not easy )
I try your workaround and it works fine now. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it myself, probably because I already had too much tunnel vision.
I’m trying to install manjaro gnome with zfs on root myself too…
I have three blank SSD.
So if I want to use all of them as a RAID0 (Striped Vdev).
Should I partition them in a particular way before using the ZFS option?
Currently since they are blank, I go direct on ZFS and try to create the pool but I’m unable to do that.
Do you have any link or guide to follow (for installing Manjaro)?
@ mbod, that is very simple to explain…
Even linux-lts kernel is just one day older than latest one.
ZFS-dkms or ZFS-utils come out a couple of weeks later.
Just stop upgrade of relevant packages in /etc/pacman.conf, that’s the solution