I've encountered this bug:
and to obviate to the problem I'm using legacy mounts.
Now the system boot without problems, but nfs server doesn't start because
couldn't find any share.
So I've disabled nfs with zfs set sharenfs=off on my zfs filesystems and tried
to use the share command. The filesystem are correctly mounted at boot, but if
I try to configure nfs share with:
share -F nfs /pathname
I get: Could not share: /pathname: system error
I met the same but probably it cannot work.
check zfs get all your_pool_mounted_/pathname
you can see 'mountpoint' is 'legacy'
so you have to use zfs sharenfs=on again to try and
I cant see the bug in detail but you might run the workaround
I'm very new to solaris... so please bear with me^^
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