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Reboot will take you back to the GRUB menu, and the default installation script will be activated after timeout.

NOW you should be at the point where you can reboot with a system with
raidz2 with compression
NOW you should be at the point where you can reboot with a system withraidz2 with compression

The system will find no old zpool to refer to on the drive and it is ready for a clean installation.

h3. Changing the zpool default configuration

Using the method, i.e., choosing the GRUB menu \[Live 64-bit(noinstall)\] option we can recreate the zpool with a different configuration (a raidz1 by default):

{code}
# zpool import zones
# zpool destroy zones
{code}
Now, instead of rebooting the OS, you can create a new zpool with different options:

{code}
# zpool create zones raidz2 c0t1d0 c1t1d0 c4t1d0 c5t1d0 c6t1d0 c7t1d02
{code}
NOW you should be at the point where you can reboot with a system with raidz2.

From [the mailing list|http://www.listbox.com/member/archive/184463/2013/09/sort/time_rev/page/1/entry/11:119/20130911232921:808DAAE6-1B5B-11E3-AC7D-B76A33434032/]. Thanks to Christopher W.V. Hogue.