since I am trying to keep my pools at a version that different updates
can handle, I personally am glad it did not get rev'ed. I did get into
trouble recently that SX-CE 112 created a file system on an old pool
with a version newer than Solaris 10 likes :(
-o is your best friend ;-) I can now get rid of all of those
that I used for just this purpose. Don't know where all of the corner
cases are, but
this appears to be a workaround. Just keep a table of the pool and
for each release handy.
# zpool create -o version=10 newpool c0d0s4
I did this on nv112 and ..... drum roll please ...... it can be
imported on Solaris 10.
Same thing for ZFS.
# zfs create -o version=1 rpool/legacy-file-system
Also created on nv112 and also .... wait for it ....... mountable and
usable on Solaris 10 10/08.
It's a beautiful thing.
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