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Add temporary mount options

Add the required kernel side infrastructure to parse arbitrary
mount options.  This enables us to support temporary mount
options in largely the same way it is handled on other platforms.

See the 'Temporary Mount Point Properties' section of zfs(8)
for complete details.

Signed-off-by: Brian Behlendorf <>
Closes #985
Closes #3351
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cmd Add temporary mount options
config Remove blk_queue_io_opt() autotools check
contrib Make sure that POOL_IMPORTED is set, unset and checked where appropri…
etc Reorder zfs-* services to allow /var on separate dataset
include Add temporary mount options
lib Add temporary mount options
man Add temporary mount options
module Add temporary mount options
rpm Set default _initconfdir directory
scripts Use truncate instead of fallocate in
udev Support parallel build trees (VPATH builds)
.gitignore Ignore *.{deb,rpm,tar.gz} files in the top directory.
.gitmodules Add compatibility test script
AUTHORS Add a missing > to AUTHORS
COPYRIGHT Update ZED copyright boilerplate
DISCLAIMER Fix minor typos and update marketing copy.
META Tag zfs-0.6.4 Support parallel build trees (VPATH builds)
README.markdown Fix minor typos and update marketing copy. build: do not call boilerplate ourself Move dracut directory to contrib
copy-builtin Consistent menuconfig name Initial implementation of zed (ZFS Event Daemon) Move zfs.release generation to configure step


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