ZPOOL: Remove an existing zpool

ZPOOL: Remove an existing zpool

# Tested on RHEL 6 & 7

# WARNING: Pay special attention to any existing F.S. on the pool.
# 'destroy' command will remove all pool's F.S. without asking for confirmation

POOLMNTP=`zfs list $POOLNAME | tail -1 | awk '{print$NF}'`; echo $POOLMNTP

# Check

zpool status $POOLNAME
     pool: my_pool
    state: ONLINE
    scan: none requested

           NAME        STATE     READ WRITE CKSUM
           my_pool     ONLINE       0     0     0
             sdb       ONLINE       0     0     0

   errors: No known data errors

zfs list | grep $POOLNAME
   my_pool         381K  9.78G    33K  /my_pool
   my_pool/zfs01    30K  9.78G    30K  /my_pool/zfs01
   my_pool/zfs02    30K  9.78G    30K  /my_pool/zfs02
   my_pool/zfs03    30K  9.78G    30K  /my_pool/zfs03

# (are you sure?!) Remove zpool

zpool destroy $POOLNAME

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