do you see the disk with the command cfgadm -avl? Is it connected configured?
If you are configured on the machine using cfgadm, then try running a devfsadm -C to make sure the device tree is accurate. The -C cleans up device links that are not accurate, but i always use it because my machines don't have cluster or any of the configurations that would make this dangerous.
When Type Busy Phys_Id Occupant Condition Information
c1 connected configured unknown
unavailable scsi-sas n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,340c@5/pci15d9,400@0/iport@ff:scsi
c1::sd3 connected configured unknown ATA V&G SSD
unavailable disk n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,340c@5/pci15d9,400@0/iport@ff:scsi::sd3
it is connected configured, it seems everythings is ok except the files as follows not created.