container doesn't start if acl not set to default


Well-Known Member
Oct 10, 2017
Hi everyone,

After a crash I had to recover some container directly from the ZFS pool. I created a new proxmox from scratch, moved the subvolumes into the new zfs pool and created the config file.
Some of the containers started with no issues, but the one who has the acl option set to 1 are not able to start unless I set the ACL to "default"
Could you please advise ?


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