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fdisk, create a solaris2 partition, THEN format, to label the disk.1 person found this helpful
then zpool create whatever's appropriate for whatever you want to do with the other two disks.
You don't need to run fdisk/format first, just zpool create <device>1 person found this helpful
Welcome to Solaris land...
I think your next steps would be something like this:
1. If the c7t0d0 device is your root pool disk, then you could use the other 2 disks for your data pool:
Using syntax like this for a mirrored pool of 2 disks:
# zpool create dpool mirror c7t2d0 c7t3d0
Then, create your file systems, which are mounted automatically:
# zfs create dpool/app
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Try it out and let us know.
Thank you all... i followed your advices and succeded in my task.