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Oh, thanks for your answering. I gave some options for this sharing. So I wrote my /etc/auto.sam file like this. public --fstype=cifs,uid=1000,gid=1000,username=billy,password=password ://192.168.0.1/public But I failed so I enabled 'Turn Off password protect sharing option.' in Windows 7. (Control Panel > Network and sharing center > Change advanced ...
You can set the file system mountpoint properties to legacy and use /etc/fstab to define them. That way, you'll be able to define the order in which they will be mounted. Edit: I just noticed you already considered the legacy approach. It might be the only one though.
Instead of mounting zpool2 as /var/db, mount it as /zpool2 or /db or whatever makes sense for you. Then make /var/db a symlink to /db.
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